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TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K. H. S. A. A. CHAMPION — 1978 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: Roger Yates, Ernie Williams, Scott Deyo, Dave 
Carpenter, Brad Redmon, Kevin Larabee. Second Row: Andy McLaughlin, Dave 
Carroll, Mark Mangione, H. C. Haynes, Dick Lickert, Gene Schindler, Coach Jerry 
Pickrell. Third Row: Coach Skip Hanson, Brent Wiley, Doug Lickert. Keith Watts, 
Landon King, Torrin Gilbert, Kevin Keams, Brad Walls, Tony Mack, Coach Ron 
Cole. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST 1978 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky — May 20, 1978 
Central High School Track Team - K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row; Y. Curry, A. Trowbridge, Y. Rudolph, I. Martin, L. Coleman, E. Foeman. Second Row: V. 
Barna, V. Rodgers, T. Burke, R. Page, E. Buechler, L. Wagemaker, Coach J. Henderson. Third Row: S. Roberts, V. Dawson, 
D. Carter, P. O'Brien, K. Porter, V. Dobiesz, K. Collins. 



60 Yard Hurdles- 

1. Kimbrough, Pleasure Ridge Park 

2. Denney, Moore 

3. Clay, Butler 

4. Warren, Southern 

5. Turner, Doss 

Time-8.4 

llOYardHurdles- 

1. Kimbrough, Pleasure Ridge Park 

2. Handley, Ballard 

3. Warren, Southern 

4. Clay, Butler 

5. Denney, Moore 

Time-15.1 



880 Yard Run- 



Mile Run- 



Jones. Pleasure Ridge Park 
Burke, Central 
Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park 
Kieffer, Waggener 
Clarke, Sacred Heart 



100 Yard Dash- 



McCoy, Atherton 
Lanham, Assumpton 
Dishman. Sacred Heart 
Tucker, Ballard 
Porter, Manual 



220 Yard Dash- 



Dobiesz. Central 
Martin. Iroquois 
Fontana. Thomas Jefferson 
McCoy. Atherton 
Lanham, Assumpton 

Time — 26.1 



440 Yard Dash- 

1. Fontana, Thomas Jefferson 

2. Dobiesz, Central 

3. Beeler, Pleasure Ridge Park 

4. Reader, Sacred Heart 

5. Brutscher, Western 

Time-58.3 



Martin, Central 

Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park 

Forrester, Atherton 

Voit, Atherton 

Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park 



Time-2:16.2 



High Jump— 

1. Wagemaker, Central 

2. Zwicker, Jeffersontown 

3. Corbett, Assumpton 

4. Allen, Iroquois 
Hedges, Western 



440 Yard Relay 

1. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Iroquois 

3. Ballard 

4. Southern 

5. Stuart 



880 Yard Relay- 

1. Central 

2. Butler 

3. Iroquois 

4. Ballard 

5. Jeffersontown 



Mile Relay— 

1. Pleasure Ridge Park 

2. Central 

3. Butler 

4. Moore 

5. Western 



Time-4:05.2 



880 Yard Medley Relay- 

1. Thomas Jetterson 

2. Butler 

3. Jeffersontown 

4. Southern 

5. Central 



Time-l:S0.3 



Discus- 



Miller, Moore 
Terhune, Southern 
Potts, Doss 
Callan, Ballard 
Riplinger, Angela Merici 

Distance-122'I0'/2' 



Distance — 5'3" 

Long Jump— 

1. Wagemaker, Central 

2. Handley, Ballard 

3. Brutscher, Western 

4. Wilson, Ballard 

5. Sipes, Western „ ^ ,„,,,, 

^ Distance-17'6" 

Shot Put- 

1. Hampton, Iroquois 

2. Kopate, Doss 

3. Roberts. Central 

4. Schwenden, Seneca 

5. Miller, Moore „■ . „n,^i/t> 

Distance-40 S'/z 

TOTAL POINTS 

Central 46 

Pleasure Ridge Park 35 

Thomas Jefferson 21 

Iroquois 19 

Ballard 19 

Butler 16 

Moore 14 

Southern 13 

Atherton 12 

Assumpton 9Vi 

Doss 8 

Jeffersontown IVi 

Western 7 

Sacred Heart 6 

Waggener 2 

Seneca 2 

Stuart 1 

Manual 1 

Angela Merici 1 

Fairdale 

Eastern 

Durrett 

Ahrens 

Male 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL XLI— No 1 



AUGUST, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



Hot Weather Hints 

A Comment by the National Federation of 
State High School Associations and the Committee 
on the Medical Aspects of Sports of the American 
Medical Association. 

Early fall football practice frequently is con- 
ducted in very warm and highly humid weather 
in many parts of the United States. Under such 
conditions, special precautions should be observed. 
Otherwise, the athlete is sub.iect to: 

a) Heat Cramps, depletion of electrolytes 

b) Heat Fatigue, depletion of salt and water 
due to sweating 

c) Heat Exhaustion, excessive depletion of 
salt and water 

d) Heat Stroke, overheating from breakdown 
of the sweating mechanism 

Heat cramps are only temporarily disabling, 
but the moment of occurance may be significant. 

Heat fatigue dulls the athlete's skillful alert- 
ness and makes him more vulnerable to injury. 
The other two heat illnesses can result in serious 
physical harm and even death; both are prevent- 
able. 

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are prevent- 
able only by careful control of various factors in 
the conditioning program of the athlete. Basic, of 
course, is adequate health history and health ex- 
amination prior to participation in practice. With 
the start of fall practice, it is essential to provide 
for gradual acclimation to hot weather activity. 
Equally important is the need to adjust salt and 
water intake to weather conditions 

As the athlete becomes accustomed to hot 
activity, he perspires more freely (and thus dissi- 
pates body heat) and excretes less salt (and thus 
conserves sodium). With a graduated training 
regimen, such acclimation can be expected to take 
place over a period of about one week. 

The old idea that water should be withheld 
from athletes during workouts has no scientific 
foundation. In fact, such restriction, by depleting 
water in the body, can lead to heat fatigue and 
serious illness. During exercise in the heat, it is 
essential to replace - at least hourly the water 
lost by perspiration. 

Salt also needs to be replaced daily, particu- 
larly during the acclimation period. Extra salting 
of the athlete's food within the bounds of taste 
will accomplish this purpose. Salt tablets, par- 
ticularly on an empty stomach, can be irritating 
and may be poorly absorbed. Adding one teaspoon 
of salt to six quarts of flavored water used for 
drinking during hot-weather workouts offers a- 
nother approach. 

Even after acclimation, it is advisable to alter- 
nate periods of strenuous exercise with periods 
of rest during hot weather. Also, it is important 
f9r the coach to observe his athletes carefully for 
signs of lethargy, inattention, stupor, awkward- 
ness, or unusual fatigue. Symptoms of water and 
salt depletion may include sluggishness, headache, 
nausea, hallucinations, and/or weak and rapid 
pulse. If heat illness is suspected, prompt atten- 
tion to recommended emergency procedures out- 
lined at the end of this statement may have vital 
importance.* 



The following suggestions are offered to help 
coaches prevent heat exhaustion and heat stroke 
during hot-weather athletic activity. 

1) Require a careful medical history and 
checkup prior to the beginning of practice. 

2) Schedule workouts during cooler morning 
and early evening hours in hot weather. 
(Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can occur 

in the shade.) 

3) Acclimate athletes to hot-weather activity 
by carefully graduated practice schedules. 

4) Provide rest periods of 15 to 30 minutes 
during workouts of an hour or more in hot 
weather. 

5) Supply clothing that is white to reflect 
heat, brief, loose an comfortable to permit 
heat escape, and permeable to moisture 
to allow heat loss via sweat evaporation. 

6) Furnish extra salt and water in recom- 
mended amounts during hot weather. 

7) Watch athletes carefully for signs of troub- 
le, particularly interior hnemen and the 
determined athlete who may not report dis- 
comfort. 

8) Remember that temperature and humidity, 
not the sun, are the crucial factors. Measur- 
ing the relative humidity, by use of a sling 
psychrometer on the field, is advantageous 
in this regard.** 

9) Know what to do in case of such sn emer- 
gency, including immediate first aid prac- 
tices and pre-arranged procedures for ob- 
taining medical care. 

10) Outlaw the hazardous warm weather use 
of rubberized apparel or other dehydration 
devices by players. 

Some teams encounter hot weather during the 
season either through intersectional travel or fol- 
lowing an unseasonable cool period. By this time, 
the athlete should be physically fit; nevertheless, 
the.y will not be environmentally fit. Coaches who 
face this situation are advised to schedule practi- 
ces preceding the game at the warmest time of the 
day, to diligently subscribe to the Other recom- 
mendations above, and to substitute during the 
game more frequently than normal. The result 
will benefit the team's performance as well as the 
health of the athletes. 

* First Aid Chart for Athletic Injuries, Ameri- 
can Medical Association, 1965: 
HEAT ILLNESS: 

Heat Stroke — Collapse - with dry warm skin 
- indicates sweating mechanism failure and rising 
body temperature. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY: 
DELAY COULD BE FATAL. Immediately cool 
athlete by the most expedient means (immersion 
in cool water is a good method). Obtain medical 
care at once. 

Heat Exhaustion — Weakness - with profuse 
sweating - indicates state of shock due to de- 
pletion of salt and water. Place in shade with 
head level or lower than body. Give sips of dilute 
salt water in conscious. Obtain medical care at 
once. 

**Murphy, R. J., and Ashe, W. F.: Prevention 
of Heat Illness in Football Players: JAMA 194:- 
6650-654 (Nov. 8) 1965. 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



AUGUST, 1978 



VOL. XLI— NO. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3. 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor." TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . . , Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D.J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



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Football Assigning Secretaries — 1978-79 

The names and addresses of the assigning sec- 
retaries, with the residence and business phone 
numbers (residence numbers given first) are as 
follows: 

West-Ky. Conf., Joe Russell, Box 213 Russell- 
ville, Ky. 42276, 502-726-6983, 502-726-9531 

Big 8, Harold L. Mischel, 414 Clay Street, Owens- 
boro, Ky. 42301, 502-683-4083, 502-684-6441 

Mid Kentucky, Jack Goodman, 514 Springdale, 
Brandenburg, Ky. 40108, 502-422-2072, 502-422- 
2969 

Kentuckiana, Karl F. Schmitt, 710 E. Walnut, 
Louisville, Ky. 40202, 502-458-9065. 502-584- 
8269; Curt Davis, 1119 E. Burnett St., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 502-637-7383, 502-566-4471 

North Ky., Dan L. Sullivan, 132 Connelly Dr., Ft. 
Thomas, Ky. 41075, 606-781-0897, 606-491-1125 

C.K.F.O.A., Shirley Watts, 228 St. Ann Dr., Lex- 
ington, Ky. 40502, 606-266-1749, 606-255-0835 

13th Region, Ray Canady, Box 244, Barbourville, 
Ky. 40906, 606-546-4765, 606-546-4175 

14th Region, Ed Madden, Pippa Passes, Ky. 41844, 
606-368-2753, 606-785-3153 

15th Region, Ronnie Thompson, Box 135, Raccoon, 
Ky. 41557, 606-432-1942, 606-437-6361 

No. East Ky., Frank FiresMne, 224 Cardinal Road, 
RusseU, Ky. 41169, 606-836-5120, 606-836-8822 



Tompkinsville High School — Girls 

Lone Oak High School — Boys 

Individual Golf Winners — 1978 




(Left to Right) Kenny Perry, individual winner. 
Lone Oak High School. Anne Rush, individual 
winner, Tompkinsville High School. 



Golf Tournament Winners 

The Louisville Trinity High School Golf team 
won the 1978 State Tournament for Boys, held 
at the Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 
16-17. Kenny Perry of Lone Oak High School, and 
Rick Barger of Moore High School, tied for the 
Boys' State Individual GoK Tournament. 

Scores for the leading teams were: Trinity 612, 
Madison Central 625, Tates Creek 635, Covington 
Catholic 640, Lone Oak 642, Henry Clay 656, 
Central City 657, Middlesboro 664, Mason County 
666, Doss 669, Bishop David 671, Mayfield 671, 
Boone County 674. 

Ballard High School won the team Girls' State 
Tournament and Anne Rush of Tompkinsville 
High School was the medalist with the score of 
154. 

Scores of the leading teams were: BaUard 717, 
Notre Dame 729, Green County 740. Sacred Heart 
743, Henderson County 741, Glasgow 791, Somer- 
set 793, Elizabethtown 813, Lone Oak 814, Lincoln 
County 815, Owensboro 820, Lafayette 821, Tates 
Creek 822, Mason County 858, Villa Madonno 899, 
Johnson Central 902. 



Greenup County High School 1978 State 
Rifle Marksmanship Champion 

The Greenup County High School Rifle Team 
won the State Rifle Marksmanship Championship 
on April 1, 1978, with the team score of 1424. 
Greg Holbrook of Greenup County High School 
won individual honors. 

Twelve teams competed in the tournament, 
which was held at the Jeffersontown High School. 
Team scores are as follows: 

Greenup County 1424, Thomas Jefferson 1365, 
Jeffersontown 1349, Fern Creek 1328, Bourbon 
County 1305, Owensboro 1298, Stuart 1282, Valley 
1213, Eastern 1185, Fort Knox 1168, Iroquois 1071, 
Male 1056. 



PRECISION FOOTBALL 

The Rules of Football 

PRECISION FOOTBALL is a 16mm, 28minute, 
sound, color (or black and white) film, produced 
under the sanction of the National Federation 
Sports Films Department. 

This film provides a new dimension to the 
understanding of the rules. It is designed for 
coaches, officials, players and fans, and promotes 
emphasis in the following areas: scrimmage vio- 
lations, pass interference, encroachment, free kicks, 
false starts, Uve and dead ball fouls, butt block- 
ing, face tackling, clipping, batting the ball, run- 
ning plays and pass situations. TWs new motion 
picture will be an asset to any sports information 
library. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



Page Three 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL 

Girls' Team Golf Champion — 1978 




(Left to Right) Elsie Meyer, Peggy Freeman, Coach Matilda Walker, Jean Scott, 
Suzanne Painchaud. 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
Boys' Team Golf Champion — 1978 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: Scott Beard, Mike Lenahan. Rusty Jones, Dave 
Peege. Second Row, Coach Dennis Lampley, Phil Osborne, Tim Sullivan, Steve 
Stallings, Jim White, Coach John Kahl. 



Page B'our 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N. 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1, 1977, TO JUNE 30, 1978 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

{These figures have been certified and we have a report on file In oi 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance In checking account July 1, 1977 

Annual Dues: 313 _S3.00 $ 939.00 



ir office.) 
S 39,718.63 



Officials Dues . 

(FootbaU 701, BaskelbaU 1476, 
Baseball SS7, Wrestling 63) 

Grant — Kentucky High School Coaches Ass^n 

Redeposlts (Bad checks made good) 

Advertishig (Magazbie & Directory) 

Sale of Publications 

Matured — Certificate of Deposit 

Interest — Certificates of Deposit 

Transferred — Boys* Stale Basketball Tour. Acc't.. . . 

Transferred — Girls' Stale Basketball Tour. Acc't.. . . 

Refunds 

Receipts — State Basketball Tournament 

Football Playoffs: 

Classes A, AA, AAA Ticket Sales 24,384.00 

Class AAAA Ticket Sales 21,463.00 

Program Profit 419.00 

Wrestling — State Tournament Receipts 

Track Receipts; 

Classes A, AA Ticket Sales 4,799.00 

Class AAA Ticket Sales 1,645.00 

Swimming — Slate Meet Receipts 

Gymnastics — State Meet Receipts 

Total Receipts 



24,219.00 



1,000.00 
6,239.50 
2,180.00 
2,273.58 

210,000.00 
3,934.52 

217,400.50 

33,000.00 

150.40 

1,929.50 



6,444.00 

1,123.50 

142.00 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Cono'oi Expense 

Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. $27,800.00) 

Expense — Commissioner's Office 

Ass't. Commissioners' Salaries (Base Sal. $60,900.00) . 

Travel Expense — Ass't Commissioners 

Secretarial Salaries 

Janitorial Service 

Postage 

Office Supplies 

Janitorial Supplies 

New Equipment 

Insurance 

Equipment Repairs & Service Contracts 

Blue Cross, Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Ground Maintenance 

Utilities 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Printing 

Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed. Meetings 

Legal Services. 



Audit 

Refunds 

Bad Checks 

Appropriation to Ky. H.S. Ath. Directors 

Taxes and Withholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withheld 

Social Security 

City License Fee 

Slate Income Tax 

State Sales Tax 

Insurance Premium withheld (Stout) 

State Unemployment Tax 

Teachers' Retirement Deduction 

Teachers' Retirement Employment Contri 

Premium Withheld — American Family Life Assu. 

Catastrophic Insurance 

Certificates of Deposits 

Magazine: 

Printing 

Mailing 

Officials' Division: 

Stale Clinic Expenses 

Liability Insurance. 

Assigning Sec'y Meetings 

Officials' Emblems 

Swimming: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies and Awards 

Offlcials 

Mileage & Local Entertainment (State Meets) 

Pool Rental & Add. Services 

Ticket Sellers & Takers (Stale Meets) 

Golf: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Awards 

Regional Tournament Expense 

State Tournament Expenses. 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Balls 

Expenses — Tournament Managers 

Regkjnal Expense 

Trophies & Awards 



9,627.69 
17,869.61 
828.31 
39,261.57 
3,286.76 
18,718.37 
2,493.98 
6,293.00 
2,477.18 
198.85 
1,198.00 
6,725.09 
1,321.78 
3,928.12 
2,405.36 
6,759.89 
5,810.78 
10,368.07 
10,166.17 
9,420.23 
9,786.23 
285.73 
1,000.00 
1,250.00 
1,080.88 
6,331.85 
300.00 



17,949.20 

11,327.70 

2,307.25 

4,029.35 

3,019.23 

600.00 

444.05 

6,829.92 

7,415.60 

242.70 



3,088.39 

7,515.00 

337.06 

1,468.73 

444.65 

873.12 

762.90 

4,055.85 

2,444.36 

80.00 

2,686.55 

2,172.75 

340.95 

1,142.00 

1,404.94 

3,754.70 

364.50 



Sute Committee Expense 329.06 

Officials (State MeeU) 1,862.95 

Mileage & Local EnterUlnment 9,400.35 

New Equipment 103.80 

Ticket SeUers & Takers 170.00 

MIscellaneo us Expenses 1,130.33 

Security (State Meets! 512.50 23,167.70 

Baseball: 

Trophks & Awards 3,048.50 

Transportation (State Tournament) 362.06 

Meals (Stale Tournament) 1.053.00 

Lodging (State Tournament) 630.00 

Umpires (Stale Tournament) 650.20 5,743.76 

Cross Country: 

Mileage & Local Entertahimenl 2,395.81 

Trophies & Awards 3,853.15 

Expenses — Slate MeeU 1,175.37 7,424.33 

Football Playoffs: 

Prhiting 470.21 — , 

Trophies & Awards 1,351.20 

Transportation 1,060.00 

LodgUig 836.00 

Meals 3,534.00 

Field Rentak — Add. Labor 2,076.19 

Officials 1,074.00 

Ticket SeUers & Takers 665.46 

P.A. & Scoreboard 180.00 

Stale Committee Expense 525.46 

Insurance 230.00 

FootbaUs 224.00 

Statisticians 60.00 

Incidental Expenses — Board Grant 9,600.00 

Press Box Expenses 292.28 

Special Police 615.03 

Honorarium & Expenses — Game Mgrs 535.00 

Ambulance Service & Isl Aid 40.00 

Miscellaneous Expenses 1,942.07 

Usher Service 530.00 25,840.90 

Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 200.40 

Trophies & Awards 74.40 

Officials 70.00 

MisceUaneouB 35.00 379.80 

Wrestling: 

Expenses — State Committee 81539 

Trophies & Awards 510.89 

Officials 1,824.00 

MUeage & Local Entertainment 2,294.31 

PrinHng 215.30 

Rentals (State Tournament) 832.25 

Custodial Services (State Tournament) 270.00 

Police (Stale Tournament) 244.73 

MIsceUaneous Expenses 202.00 

Ticket SeUers & Takers 220.00 7,428.87 

Gymnastics: 

Expenses — State Committee. 401.03 

Trophies & Awards 413.17 

Offfclais (Stale Meets) 307.00 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 391.47 

Miscellaneous Expenses 206.60 

Regional Meet Expenses 60.00 1,779.27 

Fencing: 

Trophies & Awards 116.80 

Expenses — State Meet 54.13 170.93 

Total Disbursements $ 564,709.12 

Total Receipts $ 603,085.63 

Total Disbursements 564,709.12 

Cash Balance $ 38,376.51 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank sutemenl, June 30, 1978 S 42,936.44 

Less Outslanduig Checks: 

No. 961 $ 115.00 

No. 980 19.80 

No. 996 184.00 

No. 1009 54.13 

No. 1050 7.50 

No. 1060 15.00 

No. 1064 10.00 

No. 1077 7.50 

No. 1089 128.50 

No. 1092 169.00 

No. 1099 47.20 

No. 1100 11.10 

No. 1112 26.00 

No. 1114 78.00 

No. 1129 104.00 

No. 1137 47.20 

No. 1155 46.00 

No. 1158 26.00 

No. 1170 191.60 

No. 1172 151.30 

No. 1177 42.10 

No. 1181 26.76 

No. 1191 61.80 

No. 1196 26.00 

No. 1222 140.00 

No. 1223 477.30 

No. 1230 19.20 

No. 1231 327.21 

No. 1232 2,000.73 4359-93 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1978 $ 38,376.51 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



Page Five 



1978 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance In checking accounl Jul; 1, 1977 S 15 

Ticket Sales $ 

Radio Fees 

Television Fee 

Profll on Program 

Postage 

Refund 

Redeposit 

Total Receipts 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage 

Refunds 

1 



Ist Federal S. & L. Ass'n — Certificate 10,000.00 

1st Federal S. & L. Ass'n — Certificate 5,000.00 

Isl Security Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. 

Savings Acc't 45,985.16 

Total Retirement Fund Assets $ 83,788.47 



293,996.00 

6,550.00 

4,000.00 

2,538.70 

652.50 

548.75 

161.00 



Murray Tennis Team Winners 
Presentation Singles Winners 



Incidental Expenses U6) Teams . 

Transportation 

Lodging 



Coliseum Rental 

Officials' Fees and Expenses . . . 

Scorers and Timers 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statlstlclai 
Ushers 



Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Towel Service. 

Milk Bar Expenses 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Tournament Manager . 

Hon. & Expenses — Ass'l Tour. Mgrs 

Bad Checks 

State Sales Tax 



2,966.08 

1,163.13 

28.35 

81.00 

1,547.00 

8,000.00 

1,973.60 

15,482.69 

17,203.78 

13,500.00 

2,880.56 

1,008.77 

810.00 

6,301.76 

9,162.16 

380.00 

108.54 

270.00 

70.23 

127.50 

2,778.15 

161.00 

5,042.15 



Transfer of Funds — Amount Transferred to 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit 

Balance — Bank Statement June 30, 1978 



1978 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales $ 75,726.00 

Radio Fees 660.00 

Program Profit 829.21 

PosUge 28.18 

Refund 1,080.88 S 78,32^ 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing $ 1,192.23 

Trophies & Awards 1,057.52 

Postage 26.25 

Insurance 477.00 

Incidental Expenses (16) Team 3,200.00 

Transportation 1,791.01 

Lodging 9,803.94 

Meals 15,433.14 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Services 2,784.28 

Office Fees and Expenses 2,238.01 

Scorers & Timers. 525.37 

Ticket SeUers, Takers & Guards 3,270.72 

P.A. Announcers 285.10 

Towel Service- 84.00 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Tournament Mgr 280.71 

Hon. & Exp. — Ass't Toumo. Mgrs 1,138.25 

State Sales Tax 1,576.7 4 45,16 

Transfer of Funds — Amoimt Transferred to K.H.S.A.A. 

as Tournament Profit 

Balance — Checking Account — June 30, 1978 




Left to Right: Team winners, Robyn Burke, 
Coach Lanette Hunt, Candy Jackson (Murray High 
School). Bev Ramser, singles winner. Presentation 
Academy. 



Richmond Model Tennis Team Winners 



1977-78 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT 
TRUST FUND 



RECEIPTS: 



Total Receipts $ 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 

Cash Balance 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security National Bank & 

Trust Company S 38,376.51 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security National Bank 

& Trust Company 

Treasury Bill — Isl Security National Bank 

& Trust Company 

Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1978 

Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building and 

Equipment 

Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets 




S 626.992.02 



K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security National Bank 

& Trust Company $ 

Bank of Commerce — Certificate of Deposit 



2,803.31 Left to Right: Chuck Gibson, John Ro-wletl, 
20,000.00 team winners. Model High SchooL 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS A GIRLS 

University of Kentucky Sports Center, Lexington, May 20, 1978 
Madison High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row Coach G. Long, T. Campbell, G. Kemp, K. Black, S. Kemp, MGR. B. Campbell. Second Row: 
Ballew, L. Williams, R. Farris, P. Sweat. 



60 Yard Hurdles- 

1. Dunn. Burgin 

2. Gallion, Jenkins 

3. Stinnett, Mercer County 

4. Molden, Somerset 

5. Grinter, Olmstead 

Time - 

110 Yard Hurdles- 

1 . Gallion, Jenkins 

2. Molden, Somerset 

3. Stinnett, Mercer County 

4. Grinter. Olmstead 

5. Mosier, Whitesburg 

Time — 

100 Yard Dash- 

1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Payne, Todd County Central 

3. Price, Henry County 

4. Ballew, Richmond Madison 

5. Stubblefield, Trigg County 

Time — 

220 Yard Dash- 

1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Payne, Todd County Central 

3. Kemp, Richmond Madison 

4. Price, Henry County 

5. Adams, Murray 

Time - 

440 Yard Run- 

1. Payne, Todd Co. 

2. Crooks, Paris 

3. Goins, Anderson Co, 

4. Hughes, Somerset 

5. Tuerpe, Dayton 

Time — 

880 Yard Run- 

1. Hood, Ft. Campbell 

2. Porter, Owen Co. 

3. Rawe, Bishop Brossart 

4. Dean, Ft. Campbell 

5. Crum, North Bullitt 

Time — 

Mile Run— 

1. Foster, Owen Co. 

2. Hood, Ft. Campbell 



3. Clark, Raceland 

4. Rawe, Bishop Brossart 

5. Dean, Ft. Campbell 

Time - 5:18.3 

440 Yard Relay - 

1. Todd County Central 

2. Murray 

3. Richmond Madison 

4. Burgin 

5. Henry County 

Time - 51-.8 

880 Yard Relay- 

1. Richmond Madison 

2. Ft. Campbell 

3. Russellville 

4. Bellevue 

5. Todd County Central 

Time - 1:46.0 

880 Yard Medley Relay- 

1. Richmond Madison 

2. Burgin 

3. Todd County Central 

4. Bellevue 

5. Ludlow 

Time - 1:54.9 

Mile Relay— 

1. Ft. Campbell 

2. Richmond Madison 

3. Todd County Central 

4. Webster County 

5. Dayton 

ShotPut- Tin.e- 4:12.9 

1. Cummins, McLean Co. 

2. Yeast, Webster Co. 

3. Stewart, Russell Co. 

4. Stone, Fairview 

5. Oakley, Providence 

Distance — 39'1" 

Discus— 

1. Zackary, Webster Co. 

2. Cummins, McLean Co. 

3. Mitchell, Providence 

4. Lamer, Hancock Co. 

5. Wiggens, Somerset 

Distance - llS'll" 



High Jump— 

1. Campbell, Richmond Madison 

2. Revis, Jenkins 

3. Warren, Lexington Catholic 

4. Luthy, Bellevue 

5. Liles, Providence 

Distance — 5 '4' 

Long Jump— 

1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Henderson, Henry Co. 

3. Lamar, Hancock Co. 

4. Grundy, Bardstown 

5. Chenault, Harrodsburg 

Distance - 17'6 3/4"- 



TOTAL POINTS 

Richmond Madison 30 

Todd County Central 27 

Harrodsburg 23 

Ft. Campbell 23 

Jenkins 14 

Burgin 12 

Henry County 10 

McLean County. . . . : 10 

Owen County 10 

Somerset 9 

Webster County 8 

Bellevue 6 

Mercer County 6 

Bishop Brossart. 5 

Murray 5 

Hancock County 5 

Providence 5 

Paris 4 

Russellville 3 

Anderson County 3 

Lexington Catholic 3 

Russell County 3 

Olmstead 3 

Raceland 3 

Dayton 2 

Bardstown 2 

Fairview 2 

Whitesburg 1 

Ludlow 1 

North Bullitt 1 

Trigg County 1 



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Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS A BOYS 

University of Kentucky Sportscenter, Lexington, May 20, 1978 
Trigg County High School Track Team - K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Northington, J. McGee. Second Ro 
Wallace, R. McGee, L. Raley, S. Avila. 



K. Kirby, H. Baker, C. Alexander, Coach Radford, Coach 



100 Yard Dash- 

1. Alexander, Trigg County 

2. Venable, Somerset 

3. Osborne, Todd Co. Central 

4. Hugley, Richmond Madison 

5. Johnson, Owen County 

Time — 

220 Yard Dash- 

1. Venable, Somerset 

2. Alexander, Trigg Co. 

3. Simons, Richmond Madison 

4. Taylor, Campbellsville 

5. Parks, Harrodsburg 

Time — 

440 Yard Dash- 



22.8 



Venable, Somerset 
Simons, Fleming Co. 
Crenshaw , RussellvUle 
Gorham, Lexington Catholic 
Kirby, Trigg Co. 

Time - 50.7 



880 Yard Dash- 



Narrimore, Jenkins 
Nader, Somerset 
Wallace, Providence 
Burgin, Harrodsburg 
Raley, Trigg Co. 

Tin 



2:01.5 



Mile Run— 

1. Narrimore, Jenkins 

2. Schaufuss, Bellevue 

3. Briscoe, Corbin 

4. Borders, Somerset 

5. Hasty, Oneida 

Time - 4:27.5 

Two Mile Run— 

1. Schaufuss, Bellevue 

2. Narrimore, Jenkins 

3. Back, University Breckinridge 

4. Briscoe, Corbin 

5. Borders, Somerset 

Time - 9:49.3 

120 Yard Hurdles- 

1. Summerlin, Sayre 

2. Sprague, Bellevue 

3. Bumphis, Murray 

4. Phillips, Bardstown 

5. Brown, Ft. Campbell 

Time - 14.8 



180 Yard Low Hurdles- 

1. Harris, Heath 

2. Summerlin, Sayre 

3. Phillips, Bardstown 

4. Hodge, Bath County 

5. England, North Bullitt 

Time — 

880 Yard Relay- 

1. Todd County Central 

2. Trigg County 

3. Campbellsville 

4. Richmond Madison 

5. Somerset 

Time — 1: 

Mile Relay— 

1. RussellvUle 

2. Trigg Co. 

3. Jenkins 

4. Harrodsburg 

5. Lexington Catholic 

Time - 3: 

Shot Put- 

1. Chase, Corbin 

2. McGee, Trigg County 

3. Sears, Sonerset 

4. Torain, Providence 

5. Cochran, Owen Co. 

Distance — S 

High Jump— 

1. Mays, Harrodsburg 

2. Brashear, Providence 

3. Caraway, Caverna 

4. Williamson, RussellvUle 

5. Simmons, Madison 

Distance — 

Pole Vault- 

1. Turner, Edmonson Co. 

2. Sanders, Burgin 

3. Harper, Bellevue 

4. Chasteen, Berea 

5. Carty, Menifee Co. 

Height - 1 

Long Jump— 

1. Johnson, Campbellsville 

2. Parker, Fulton 

3. Mays, Harrodsburg . 

4. Williams, Todd Co. Central 

5. Clemmons, Edmonson Co. 

Distance — 21 



Triple Jump— 

1. Mays, Harrodsburg 

2. Buchanan, Ballard Memorial 

3. Osborne, Todd Co. Central 

4. Harris, Heath 

5. Johnson, Campbellsville 

Distance - 44'H" 

Discus— 

1. Chase, Corbin 

2. McGee, Trigg Co. 

3. Torian, Providence 

4. MUler, Carroll Co. 

5. Bradley, Lexington Catholic 

Distance - 149'9" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Trigg County 28 

Somerset 27 

Harrodsburg 22 

Corbin 17 

Bellevue 17 

Campbellsville 12 

RussellvUle llVi 

Lexingion Sayre 10 

Providence 10 

Richmond Madison 8 

Edmonson County 7 

Bardstown 5 

Lexington Catholic 4 

Fulton 4 

Todd County Central 4 

Caverna 3'/2 

Murray 3 

Owen County 2 

Carroll County 2 

Ft. Campbell 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS AAA BOYS 
Louisville, Kentucky - May 20, 1978 



Trinity High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




iMMiiir^. '^^j^^^jjL'^M^sf-^^-- 



(Left to Kight) Front Row P Bonifer t Wampltr J Luxemberger B Neff M Wille J Davis M Kahle, R Sears R. 
Rickert. Second Row: D. Phillips, J. Randall, B. Taylor, R. Parks, J . Blade, H. Neumaver, B. Kuhn, P. Brito, T. Osting, Coach 
Ken Combs. Third Row: J. King, (MGR) K. Miles (Head MGR), P. Johnson, K. Caster, C. Lutes, G. French. T. Stratman, D. 
Block, Head Coach Br. C. Cully. Fourth Row: C. Kuhn, T. Wychulis, K. Riley, M. Atzinger, J. Thomas, M. Ballard, J. Meurer, 
J. Perkins, G. Fisher, G. Hubert. Fifth Row: Coach D. Brohm, G. Johnson, D. Gitscher, P. Taylor, G. Cline, D. Connell, R. 
Miller, J. Meichter, T. Bennett, M. Smith. 



100 Yard Dash- 

1. Gray, Durrett 

2. LaPaille, Pleasure Ridge Park 

3. Burton, Iroquois 

4. Smith, Trinity 

5. Neighbors, Eastern 

Time-10.0 

220 Yard Dash- 

1. Gray, Durrett 

2. Rondo, Fairdale 

3. LaPaille, Pleasure Ridge Park 

4. Wright, Durrett 

5. Smith, Trinity Time-21.8 



440 Yard Dash- 

1. Cowherd, St. Xavier 

2. Connell, Trinity 

3. Gross, Male 

4. Cline, Trinity 

5. Elbert, Moore 

Time— 50.6 

120 Yard High Hurdles- 

1. LaPaille. Pleasure Ridge Park 

2 . Neeley, Manual 

3. Montano, St. Xavier 

4. Sears, Trinity 

5. Hayden, Stuart 

Time-14.4 

180 Yard Low Hurdles- 

1. Munro, St. Xavier 

2. Sears, Trinity 

3. Neeley, Manual 

4. Montano, St. Xavier 

5. Hayden, Stuart 

Time-20.S 

880 Yard Run- 

1. Skaggs, Valley 

2. Aubrey, Fairdale 

3. Bennett, Trinity 

4. Schissler, St. Xavier 

5. Breckinridge, Butler 



3. Neichter. Trinity 

4. Breckinridge, Butler 

5. Willie, Trinity 

Two Mile Run— 

1. Nueff, Trinity 

2. Lynch, Eastern 

3. Pipkin, Atherton 

4. Graves, St. Xavier 

5. DeMasters, Valley 

880 Yard Relay - 

1. Durrett 

2. Manual 

3. Fairdale 

4. Iroquois 

5. Eastern 



Time-4:25.3 



Time-9:33.9 



Pole Vault- 

1. Meyers, St. Xavier 

2. Ray 

3. McKenzie 

4. Jacobsen 

5. Coleman „. 

Distance- 



13'6' 



Triple Jump— 

1. Gray, Durrett 

2. Lee, Manual 

3. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Park 

4. Bishop, Atherton 

5. Brooks, Valley 

Distance-45'ir 



Discus- 



Mile Relay— 

1. Manual 

2. Fairdale 

3. Eastern 

4. Valley 

5. Trinity 



Time-1:30.4 



Time-3:24.4 



Shot Put- 



Long 



Mile Run— 

1. McKay, Southern 

2. DeMaster, Valley 



Portis, Thomas Jefferson 
Shaw, Valley 
Thornton, Butler 
Harris, Waggener 
Alvey, Western 

Distance — 54' 

Jump— 

Schaber, Eastern 
Fox, Pleasure Ridge Park 
Francis, Manual 
Bishop, Atherton 
Brooks, Valley 

Distance— 21' 



High Jump— 

1. Logsdon, Iroquois 

2. Cline, Trinity 

3. Compton, Male 

4. Schaber, Eastern 

5. Speedy, Fairdale 

Distance — 6'4' 



Portis, Thomas Jefferson 
Herde, St. Xavier 
Galiette, Eastern 
Hart, Ballard 
Shaw, Valley 

Distance-lS8'8' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Trinity 32'/2 

St. Xavier 31 

Durrett 26 

Manual 25 

Valley 22 

Eastern 20 

Pleasure Ridge Park '20 

Fairdale 16 

Thomas Jefferson 12 

Iroquois 11 

Atherton 10 

Male 6y2 

Butler 6 

Southern 6 

Stuart 6 

Ballard 2 

Waggener 2 

Moore 1 

Western 1 

Bishop David 

Central 

Jeffersontown 

Seneca 

Shawnee 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



Page Nine 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS AA BOYS 

University of Kentucky Sports Center, Lexington, May 20, 1978 
Lafayette High School Track Team - K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



100 Yard Dash- 

1. Jones, Danville 

2. Prewitt, Lafayette 

3. Hampton, Lafayette 

4. Lee,Paducah Tilghman 

5. Douglass, Paducali Tilghn 

220 Yard Dash- 

1. Hampton, Lafayette 

2. Jc 

3. Pr 

4. W„.m,.,bj 

5. Wilson, B. 

440 Yard Dash- 

1. Burse, Hopkinsville 

2. Owens, Henry Clay 

3. Green, Lafayette 

4. Jouett, Covmgton Holme 

5. Richards, Danville 



' Clay 



880 Yard Run- 

1. Thomas, Henry ( 

2. Jeter, North Har____ 

3. Wagner, Paducah Tilghn 

4. Quarles, Christian Co. 

5. Marshall, Lafayette 

Mile Run- ""^ ~ 

1. Jeter, North Hardin 

2. Mattingly, Daviess Co. 

3. Buck, East Carter 

4. Barger, Madison C 

5. Murphy, Di.xie Height 



tral 



Two MUe Run- 

1. Camm, Newport Cathol 

2. Corneilius, Pulaski Co. 

3. Eckestein, Daviess Co. 

4. Payne, Apollo 

5. Fultz, Russell 

120 Yard Hurdles- ^""^ 

I. Baird, Franklin Simpson 



Time- 4:21.3 



s'. Doss, Lafayett 



Covington Holn 



180 Yard Hurdles- 

1. Williams^ LaRue Co. 

2. Mudd, Nelson Co. 

3. Glass, Christian Co. 

4. Wadkins, MadisonvUI 

5. Shannon, Danville 

880 Yard Relay- ^™ 

1. Lafayette 

2. Paducah Tilghman 



Time - 1:29.9 



5. Elizabet 

Mile Relay— 

1. Henry Clay 

2. Lafayette 

3. Bowling Green 

4. Henderson Co, 

5. North Hardin 

Shot Put- ^""' ~ 

1. Fogle, Simon Kenton 

2. Abraham, Paducah Tilghn 

3. Wood, Glasgow 

4. Knoerl, Covington Holmei 

5. Carter, East Carter 
High Jump- Distance 

1. Mays, Danville 

2. Mize, Madison Central 

3. Holmes, North Hardin 

4. Wham, Henderson Co. 

5. Jackson, Bryan Stat: 



Pole Vault- 

1. Quisenberry, Davit 

2. Bell, Marion Co. 

3. Carver, Greenup C 

4. Roberts, Campbell 

5. Adkisson, Lloyd 



Distan 



Long 



Jump— 

Bryant^ Bowling Gr 



2. Franklin, Wa 



5. Ward, Lafayette 



Triple Jump— 

1. Richardson, Bryan Station 

2. Ward, Lafayette 

3. Elmore, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Green, Covington Holmes 

5. Holmes, NortTi Hardin 

Distance - 49 '3" 
Richardson broke the state record of 
47'9i/2" in this event. 

Discus— 

1. Whitman, Tates Creek 

ell. Paducah Tilghman 



3. Kubale, Boyle Co. 

4. Yeckerin- -^ 

5. Knoerl, 



, Owensboro 
ovington Holmes 

IJistance -1S8'9" 
TOTAL POINTS 

Lafayette 35 

Danville 26 

Paducah Tilghman 21 

Owensboro on 

North Hardin Tg 

Henry Clay. \l 

Daviess County 13 

Bryan Station in 

Bowling Green 9 

Covington Holmes q 

LaRue County g 

Tates Creek a 

Newport Catholic 6 

Hopkinsville f. 

Madison Central 5 

Franklin-Simpson 5 

Simon Kenton g 

Christian County e 

Pulaski County 4 

Nelson County 4 

Henderson County 4 

East Carter 4 



enup County 3 

, (Ho 2 

adisonville 2 

warren Central 2 

Campbell County 2 



M?d 



Eliza bethto\An. 
Dixie Heights. . 
Erlanger Lloyd, 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS AA GIRLS 

University of Kentucky Sports Center, Lexington, May 20, 1978 
Bryan Station High School Track Team - K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



60 Yard Hurdles- 

1. Young, Bryan station 

2. Clark, Danville 

3. Crockett, Franklin Co. 

4. Robertson, Henderson Co. 

5. Merritt, Hopkinsville 

Time - 8.0 
Young tied state record with her time of 

lib Yard Hurdles- 

1. Clark, Danville 

2. Crockett, Franklin Co. 

3. Merritt, Hookinsville 

4. Robertson, TIenderson Co. 

5. Walston, Christian Co. 

100 Yard Dash- Time -i 4.6 

1. Hill, Bryan Station 

2. Dillard, Christian Co. 

3. Blackburn. Henry Clay 

4. Pinner, Calloway Co. 

5. Meyer, Notre Dame Academy 

220 Yard Dash- Time-11.2 



Gay, Bryan Stat 

Berry 

Heate 



irya 



pki 



n Central 



-25.6 



440 Yard Dash- 

1. Pinner, Calloway Co. 

2. Meyer, Notre Dame Academy 

3. Boggs, Boyd Co. 

4. Dolas, Dixie Heights 

5. Bowman, Boyd Co. 

880 Yard Run- Time-57.9 



derson Co. 



Mile Run- 



straight, 
Judgl, t 
Tobin, Tates Creek 
Pendygraft, B 



Time-2:20.9 



, Paducah Tilehiran 

Time-5.07.0 
Beumel set a state record in this event 
with her time of 5.07.0. 



440 Yard Reiay- 

1. Bryan station 

2. Henry Clay 

3. Covington Holmes 

4. Henderson Co. 

5. Hopkinsville 

880 Yard Relay- 

1. Bryan station 

2. Henry Clay 

3. Boone Co. 

4. Boyd Co. 

5. Christian Co. 

880 Yard Medley Relly 

1. Boyd Co. 

2. Madisonville 

3. Hopkinsville 

4. Franklin Co. 

5. Bryan Station 

Mile Relay— 

1. Boyd Co. 

2. Henderson Co. 

3. Madisonville 

4. Covington Hoi 

5. Calloway Co. 
Shot Put- 

1. Fogle, Lafa 



Time 



Stone, Nels 
Favors, Wai 
Garrett, Ch 



iowling Gri 



Discus- 

1. G 

2. M... 

3. John 

4. Leonard. Boyle Co. 

5. Clarke, Barren Co. 
u- L ■ Distance — 
High Jump- 

1. Snow, Bryan Station 

2. Depp. Owensboro 

3. Ausbun, Ashland 

4. Carr, Harrison Co. 

5. Smiley, Madisonville 



Long Jump- 

1* Warcf; New 
2. King, Nortl 



ui» LI I J. ..^..derson. Co. 
Clark, Paducah Tilehma 
Blackburn. Henry Clay 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 40 

Henderson County 21 

Boone County 18 

Carroll County is 

Franklin County I2 

Henry Clay 12 

Apollo 12 

Danville 10 

Hopkinsville lo 

Notre Dame Academy 9 

Madisonville 8 

Christian County 7 

Boyle County 6 

Newport 6 

Lafayette 6 

Covington Holmes s-' 

Shelby County 4 

Owensboro 4 

North Hardin 4 

Bowling Green 4 

Elizabethtown 3 

Ashland Blazer 3 

Ft. Thomas Highland 3 

Paducah Tilghman 3 

Nelson County 3 

Harrison County 2 

Barren County 2 

Bourbon County 2 

Dixie Heights 2 

Tates Creek 2 

Warren Central 1 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



Forty-Fifth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament— Boys 
University of Kentucky — Lexington, Kentucky - June 2-3, 1978 



SINGLES 



QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS FINALS 





I. Schechter-Ballard 


Schechter 


Schechter 


Schechter 






T. Leveronne-Bishop David 






6-0; 6-0 
Hill 






G. Hill-Henderson Co. 


6-3; 6-4 
Jones 




R. Rouse-Owensboro 


Randall-Fairdale 






6-0; 6-1 
Randolph 




D. RandallFairdale 


~ 


6-2; 6-4 
Randolph-Univ. Brack. 




M. Randolph -Univ. Breck. 


6-4; 6-2 
Bvbee 








R Schuster-Dixie Heights 


6-l;6-l 
J. Watson-Model 






6-3; 6-3 
Jones 










T. Clements-Highlands 






6-2; 6-2 
Varga 






W. Jones-Waggener 






6-3; 6-2 
Plain 






S. Plain-Owensboro 


Bybee 




6-4; 6-3 




B. Young-Model 






6-3; 6-1 
Vargo 






J. Varga-St. Xavier 


6-3; 6-1 
Bybee 




A. Anderson-Hopkinsville 


Anderson-Hopkinsville 




6-3; 6-2 
Pitts 








J. Lykins-Lewis Co. 


6-0; 6-4 
King-Henry Clay 








J. King-Henry Clay 


6-4; 6-1 








M. Williams-Allen Co. 


6-1; 7-5 
S. Pitts-Franklin Co. 






6-2; 6-2 
Bybee 






S. Underwood-Glasgow 






7-5; 6-4 






L. Bybee-Central 






6-0; 6-1 





DOUBLES (Boys) 





\ 

Owensboro 


Ballard 


Model 






Model 


6-0; 6-1 
Model 






6-4; 6-4 
St. Xavier 




Western 


Woodford Co. 








Woodford Co. 


6-3; 6-3 
St. Xavier 




7-6; 6-2 
Pad. Tilghman 






Model 


Paducah Tilghman 


4-6; 7-6; 6-0 


Univ. Breckinridge 


4-6; 6-1; 6-2 
St. Xavier 










6-1; 7-5 
Lloyd 






Warren Central 


7-6; 6-3 






Erlanger Lloyd 






6-1; 6-3 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



Page Eleven 



Nineteenth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament - Girls 
University of Kentucky — Lexington, Kentucky — June 2-3, 1978 



SINGLES 



B. Ramser-Presentation 


Ramser 


Ramser 


QUARTER 
FINALS 

Ramser 


SEMI- 
FINALS 

Ramser 




Bye 


FINALS 


Clark 




K. Clark -Franklin Simpson 




Bye 


6-2; 6-1 
Olims 




Olims 




R. Olims-Stuart 






6-0; 6-0 

Nutter 




Bye 






Rouse 








S. Rouse-Owensboro 


6-3; 6-2 

Nutter 




Bye 






Nutter 








G. Nutter-Paris 


7-6; 6-1 
Dougherty 




Bye 




J. Elder-Central 


Elder 




D. Sohn-Western 


6-0;6-0 

C. Kuhlman 




K Jackson-Henderson Co. 


6-0 ;6^ 
Kuhlman 






3-6; 6-1; 6-1 
Fiihlman 




C. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 


6-0; 6-0 
Rupert 




J. Rupert-Boyd Co. 




6-2; 6-0 










Dixon 






Ramser 


V. Dixon-Henderson Co. 


6-2; 4-6; 6-0 


Bve 






Kepley 




S. Kepley-Franklin Simpson 




J. Coulter-Boyle Co. 


6-3; 6-7; 6-3 
S. Kuhlman 




6-3; 6-0 
Wuerdeman 




A. Wuerdeman-Ashland 




Bye 


6-1; 6-1 
Dougherty 






S. Kuhlman 




Bye 




6-0; 6-0 
Hertzman 




S. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 




Hertzman 




Bye 




6-1; 6-2 










McGuire 




J. Norris-Owensboro 






6-2; 4-6; 7-5 
Dougherty 




L McGuire-Henry Clay 




6-2; 6-1 
Welgel 




M. Wergel-Somerset 




6-1; 6-4 




Bye 




Dougherty 




Bye 






6-0; 6-0 











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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1978 



DOUBLES (Girls) 



Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


SEMI- 
FINALS 

Sacred Heart 




Bye 


FINALS 


Boyd Co. 




Boyd Co. 




Bye 


6-2; 6-0 
Paris 




Paris 




Owensboro 




Paris 


3-6; 6-4; 6-1 

s 

Murray 




6-3; 6-4 
Presentation 




Presentation 




6-2; 6-4 
Ft. Thomas Highland 




Bye 




Danville 






Murray 


Danville 


2-6;6-3;6-2 


Bye 




Ft. Thomas Highlands 




Ft. Thomas Highlands 




6-3; 6-4 
Murray 




Bye 




Glasgow 




Glasgow 




6-1; 6-4 




Western 




6-0; 2-6; 6-3 
Murray 




Murray 




6-0; 6-1 




Bye 









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medical approval to do so. 

4. Make sure equipment is adequate, in good condition, and that it is 
properly worn. 

5. Consider carefully the length of practice sessions. The latter part 
of lengthy sessions produces the most injuries. 

6. Require injuries to be reported to you promptly and refer those 
needing attention to the physician at once. 

7. Get your players interested in injury prevention and fitness. Any 
player is more valuable without casts and crutches. 

8. Our COOPERATIVE FOOTBALL PLAN and Student Insurance 
provide excellent coverage, service and economy. 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



SEPTEMBER 1 978 




FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND Ri:GiONS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association set the football districts and 
regions for 1977 and 1978 as follows: 



CLASS A 
REGION I 

District 1 - 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton, Fulton County, Russellville 
District 2- 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Gamaliel, 
Hancock County, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville' 

REGION II 
District 1 - 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Madison, Mercer County, Paris 
District 2— 

Beth Haven, Eminence, Frankfort, Kentucky Coun- 
try Day, Owen County, Trimble County 

REGION in 

District 1- 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2— 

Fairview, Maysville, Nicholas County, Raceland 

REGION rV 

District 1 - 

Cumberland, Harlan, Lone Jack, Lynch, Lynn 
Camp, Pineville, Williamsburg 
District 2- 

Betsy Layne, Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jen- 
kins, MuUins, Paintsville, Phelps, Virgie, Wheelwright 



CLASS AA 
REGION I 

District 1 - 

Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfield, Murray, Todd 
Central, Trigg County 
District 2— 

Adair County, Allen County, Butler County, Ed- 
monson County, Glasgow, Green County, Hart Coun- 
ty, Taylor County, Warren East 

REGION II 

District 1- 

Anderson, Bardstown, East Hardin, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, Washington County, 
West Hardin 
District 2— 

Bath County, Carroll County, Fleming County, 
Henry County, Lewis County, Rowan County. 

REGION III 
District 1 - 

Boyle County, Casey County, Estill County, Gar- 
rard County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County 
District 2— 

Bell County, Corbin, Evarts, Middlesboro 

REGION IV 

District 1 - 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M. C. Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2— 

East Carter, Louisa, Morgan County, Pikeville, 
Prestonsburg, West Carter 



CLASS AAA 
REGION I 

District I- 

Lone Oak, Reidland, Union County, Webster 
County 
District 2— 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, McLean County, 
Ohio County, Warren Central 

REGION II 
District 1 - 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 
District 2- 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, Madi- 
son Central, Montgomery, County, Scott County, 
Woodford County 

REGION III 
District 1 - 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2— 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lincoln County, 
Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 
District 1- 

Breathitt County, Clay County, James A. Cawood, 
Leslie County 
District 2— 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

CLASS AAAA -JEFFERSON COUNTY 

District 1- 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2- 

Central, DeSales, Fairdale, Male, Moore, Southern, 
Stuart 
District 3- 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4— 

Ballard, Durrett, Eastern,Thomas Jefferson, Trinity 
Waggener, Westport 

CLASS AAAA-STATE 
REGION I 
District 1 - 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins,- Marshall County, Pa- 
ducah Tilghman 
District 2— 

Apollo, Daviess County , Henderson County, Owens- 
boro, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 - 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, 
North Hardin 
District 2— 

Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, Laurel 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 - 

Henry Clay, Lafayette 

Bryan Station, Tates Creek 

REGION IV 
District 1 - 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 
Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2- 

Boyd County, Greenup. County, Paul G. Blazer 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI 



SEPTEMBER, 1978 



51.00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 
Officers 1978-79 





Barney Thweatt 
Vice-President 



Jack Burkich, Principal of Whitesburg High School, 
Whitesburg, was elected President of the Board of 
Control at the summer meeting of the directors, held 
on July 28, 1978. Barney Thweatt, Principal of 
Christian County High School, Hopkinsville, was 
named Board Vice-President. 

Jack M. Burkich graduated from Fleming-Neon 
High School, Flemingsburg. He served twenty-seven 
months in the U. S. Army Infantry during World War 
II. He taught at Fleming-Neon High School during 
the 1950-51 school year. He is a graduate of Eastern 
Kentucky University (1949, with Masters Degree 
1950) where he was selected to appear in Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 
He has served as a principal of Stuart Robinson High 
School (now Letcher High School), 1952-56; Bards- 
town High School, 1956-57, since 1957 Principal of 
Whitesburg High School. 

At the present Mr. Burkich is serving as an Elder 
in the Whitesburg Presbyterian Church, President of 
I^teher County Teachers' Credit Union, and is Chair- 
man of the Board of Governors of the Whitesburg 
Appalachian Regional Hospital. He is a past president 
(1955-56) of the Whitesburg Rotary Club and a past 
president of U. K. R. E. A. 

He is married to the former Ruby Hogg of Blackey, 
Kentucky, and they have two children, Michael and 
Jennifer. 

Barney Thweatt graduated from Brewers High 
School in 1948. He was a member of three State 
Tournament teams while in high school. The 1947 
Brewers team was runners-up to Maysville High School, 
and the 1948 team won the State Championship with 
a 36-0 record. (The last team to go undefeated and 
win the State Tournament.) Brewers was coached by 
the late McCoy Tarry. 

Mr. Thweatt graduated from Murray State College 
in 1953 and was a member of the basketball team 
which was composed of Garrett Beshears, Howard 
Crittenden, and Charles "Doodle" Floyd. 



Barney Thweatt coached high school basketball in 
Farina, Illinois, Oldham County Kentucky, and Pa- 
ducahtilghman. His 1963 Oldham County team went 
to the semi-finals of the State Tournament before 
being eliminated by Seneca High School, the 1963 
State Champion. He was named Coach of the Year in 
the 8th Region in 1963. His 1967 Paducah Tilghman 
team lost to Covington Catholic in the first round of 
the State Tournament and Covington Catholic lost to 
Earlington in the finals of the State Tournament by 
one point. He was named Coach of the Year in Region 
1 in 1967. He served as President of the First Regional 
High School Basketball Coaches Association while at 
Paducah Tilgliman. 

In the fall of 1967, Mr. Thweatt was hired as 
Principal of North Marshall High School, and while 
there he served as President of the Western Kentucky 
Association of School Administrators, and President 
of the First Regional Ninth Grade Basketball Associ- 
ation. He was named Principal at Mayfield High 
School in 1970 and served three years before moving 
to Christian County High School. He is now serving as 
President of the Western Kentucky Football Con- 
ference, and is active in Kentucky Association of 
School Administrators and Kentucky Association of 
Secondary School Principals. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at Kenlake State Park, 
Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday morning, July 28, 1978. 
The meeting was called to order by President Ray 
Story, at 10:00 A.M. Present were Board members 
Denval Barriger, Zeb Blankenship, Jack Burkich, 
Norman Passmore, Joseph McPherson.Glendon Ravens- 
craft, Barney Thweatt; Commissioner Tom Mills and 
Assistant Commissioners Dianne Caines, Louis Stout 
and Billy V. Wise. Conley Manning was present repre- 
senting the State Department of Education. The invo- 
cation was given by Glendon Ravenscraft. 

Glendon Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, to accept the minutes of the last meeting 
as submitted. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Story welcomed newly elected Board 
members, Denzil J. Ramsey, Principal of Stuart High 
School, representing Regions 5 and 6; and J.D. Minne- 
han, Principal of Oldham County High School, repre- 
senting Regions 7 and 8. 

The Board of Control held the election of officers 
for 1978-79, Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by 
Denval Barriger, that Jack BurKich and Barney Thweatt 
be elected President and Vice-President respectively. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Ray Story then thanked the members of the 
Board for their support and turned the chair over to 
Jack Burkich, the newly elected President. 

Commissioner Tom Mills presented the eligibility 
case of Ervin Lee Stepp, a student at Phelps High 
School. Ervin is ineligible under the provisions of By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. After reviewing all 
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SEPTEMBER, 1978 VOL. XLI-No. 2 year on it so that it's use is not limited to a single 

— season unless the status of the official changes. 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, FnnthQll VilonV anri whitp ctrinpH chirt Clono nr 

560 E. Cooper Dr., P. o. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. , ^ootDaii-Diacic ana wnite stnpea snirt (long or 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. short sleeves), black baseball Cap With white piping. 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided white Knee pants, blaCK belt, blaCK StOckingS, black 

for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized shoeS and laces 

EdTtor'-''^"''"''"''*'°"^°"^°^°' TOM MILLS Basketball (Boys)-black and white striped shirt 

Assistant Editor . .'...'.'..'...'...'..... ...JEAN BATSEL (short sleeves, long sleeves by special permission), 

Assistant Editor DiANNE H. CAiNES black trousers, black belt, black shoes and laces; 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT Basketball (Girls)-black and white striped shirt 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE / i, * i i i t. • i tL- • \ 

(short sleeves, long sleeves by special permission), 

Lexington. Kentucky ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ j^j^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ j^^^^. 

BOARD OF CONTROL Baseball-navy blue or black trousers, black ath- 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) whitesburg letic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy blue 

Xi'^'^''''^^ Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsviiie coat Or jacket, navy blue shirt if working coatless, 

^"^T\ H .Toi. foTiT M H i'"',?^- f h'm ph'"^ white shrt if wearing coat or jacket, white shirt on 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- , c ,, ■ j j ^.u „ „ • ' 

son (1976-1980), Louisviiife; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), bases if all Umpires are dressed the same, umpires 

LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D. J. navy cap (no players Caps), indicator and maSK of 

Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Giendon Ravenscraft (1975- choice, inner protector Or inflated protector (inflate 

l^prllenHuvf"^' ^°""'' ^'""'"^' ^"'*' '^'P'' °^ Education ^ -^ officiaf desires to purchase), black belt, black 

' shoe laces, black tie with white shirt. 

^:/^om /Ae (Oom/neiMO/ie/' i €j^'ce FIT IVI's 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of 

Basketball Clinics the University of Kentucky College of Education. The 

The 1978-79 required rules meetings for basket- ''^^^ '^"^"^ 'e.i, s, c a" refer to elementary, junior 

ball officials and head coaches will be conducted by ^^^^ semor high , col ege and adult audiences xvho 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. Other mem- 'P^y ^T^ *he par icular fdm isted. The rental prices 

bers of the coaching staff, scorers and timers are shown do not apply to schools which use one of the 

urged to attend. The dates, times and sites for the ^^^'"^ subscription service plans offered by the 

meetings are as follows: Bureau of Audio-Visual Material. (Phone 606-258-2828). 

October 3, Bell County High School, PinevUle, Football 

7:00 P.M. BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel 

October 4, Hazard High School, Hazard, 7:00 P.M. $2.00. 

October 5, Prestonsburg High School, Prestons- Fundamentals of ball handlmg are stressed; stance, 

burg, 7:00 P.M. griP' "feel" of the ball, fingertip control adjustments 

October 9, Morehead State University, Morehead, before throwing or kicking, receiving passes from 

7"00PM center or from a back, catching passes and punts, 

October 10, Community College, Ashland, 7:00P.M. ways of carrying a ball, and changing from one hand 

October 11. Mason County Hi^ School, MaysvUle, to another. Game shots are presented, using slow 

7:00 P.M. motion and stop action techniques, and superimposed 

October 12,' Holmes High School, Covington, ^"™^^'°"i° ^141^11^^ P""'^ipl^s. 

7:00 P.M. ' e . BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 

October 16', Apollo High School, Owensboro, Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in this 

7:00 P.M. film; position, speed, drive follow-through, timing 

October 17,' Paducah TUghman High School, Pa- and body control. Describes shoulder and body 

ducah 7-00 PM blocks, demonstrating several varieties of these. Im- 

October "is', Murray State Univeristy, Murray, portance of good physical condition, practice, and 

7-00 P M experience are emphasized. Special photography used 

October 19,' HopkinsvUle High School, Hopkins- to illustrate different points. 

vUle 7:00 PM. GOAL TO GOAL, 28 min.; color, $115.00; black 

October 23, Bowling Green High School, Bowling & white, $75.00. 

Green, 7:00 P.M. This film provides a dramatic visual approach to 

October 24, Elizabethtown High School, Elizabeth- a better understanding of the rules of football for 

town 7:00 P.M. players, coaches, officials and spectators. Special at- 

October 25, Stouffer's Inn, Louisville, 7:00 P.M. tention is given to the passing and kicking games as 

October 26, Henry Clay Higli School, Lexington T"t^' '" °*^" ''''%' °*!- '"i" ^' ^^ooYxxi^ re- 

700PM .' J' fe' ' ^.viiigiuii, stnctions, snapping infractions, the neutral zone, 

\ ' legal and illegal shift and motion. 

Attention Officials! PRECISION FOOTBALL is a 16 mm, 28 minute. 
The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. football, sound, color (or black and white) film, 
basketball, wrestling and baseball officials is called This film provides a new dimension to the under- 
to By-Law 28, Section 9, which provides that the standing of the rules. It is designed for coaches, 
official shall be supplied with an emblem which he officials, players and fans, and promotes emphasis in 
shall wear on his sliirt sleeve. The emblem is to be the following areas: scrimmage violations, pass inter- 
worn on the left shoulder shirt sleeve approximately ference, encroachment, free kicks, false starts, live 
one and one-half inches below the shoulder seam. and dead ball fouls, butt clocking, face tacking, clip- 
The rectangular emblems are of these colors; green ping, batting the ball, running plays and pass situat- 
for the "registered" official, red for the "approved" ions. This new motion picture will be an asset to any 
and blue for the "certified". It does not have the sports information library. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1978 



Page Three 



POINT OF CONTACT-BLOCKING AND TACK- 
LING TECHNIQUES, 17 min., color, 17 min., color, 
16mm. 

This picture was produced by the National Feder- 
ation of State High School Associations to explain 
the rules relating to butt-blocking and face-tackling. 
The film uses all modern motion picture techniques 
including graphics, stop action and slow motion to 
explain the reason footoall rules committees are con- 
cerned with the techniques of butt-blocking and face- 
tackling. 
TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel $2.00. 

Tackling properly is shown as the result of appli- 
cation of certam fundamentals: good physical con- 
dition, speed, body placement, drive, sure grip, tim- 
ing, and body control. Shoulder and cross body 
tackles are demonstrated in various ways, with special 
instruction for safety and means of reducing shock. 



NATIONAL FEDERATION 
Past — Present — Future 

(Cover) 

The new logo and trademark of the National Fed- 
eration is actually a blending of the old logo with a 
new one, which is symbolic of the philosophy with 
which the National Federation addresses the future. 
That which made the National -Federation grow from 
an association of four states in 1920 to an association 
of 50 states today has not been forgotten as the 
National Federation expanded its services for the 
interscholastic programs of the 20,00D schools those 
associations represent. 

National Federation services have been and will 
continue to be based on the belief that strong state 
and national high school organizations are necessary 
to protect the integrity of interscholastic programs 
ana to promote healthy growth of those programs. 

BOARD MINUTES 
(Continued from Page One) 

of the correspondence in the case, Denval Barriger 
moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, that the By- 
Law not be waived. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented the eligibility case of Melodee 
Meade, McDowell High School, to the Board. After 
reviewing the correspondence and a lengthy discussion, 
Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be 
waived. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a request from Prin. Irvine K. 
Rice, Male Traditional High School that By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of those 
students who were on the entrance waiting list prior 
to the 1977-78 school year but were not adinitted be- 
cause of lack of space. After considering the infor- 
mation contained in the letter, Mr. Joe McPherson 
moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of those 
students who had applied for admission to Male Tra- 
ditional High School prior to the opening of the 1977- 
78 school year but were not admitted because of lack 
space. The motion passed by a vote of 7-1 . 

Ray Story and Norman Passmore, Delegate and 
Alternate to the National Federation Meeting at Salt 
Lake City, Utah, gave reports of the meeting held 
there on July 2-7, 1978. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board copies 
of the material completed for the auditor and also 



copies of the 1978-79 budget report. He asked the 
Board to study the material and after discussion, 
Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Denval Barri- 
ger, that the audit report be accepted. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills discussed the 1978-79 proposed budget 
report in detail with the Board. Zeb Blankenship 
moved, seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the 
1978-79 proposed budget be accepted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

President Burkich appointed the following com- 
mittees: 

Basketball Committee— Chairman Denval Barriger, 
Vice Chairman Jack Burkich, Norman Passmore, Glen- 
don Ravenscraft, J. D. Minnehan. 

Football Committee— Chairman Jack Burkich, Vice 
Chairman Joseph McPherson, Cfenval Barriger, Nor- 
man Passmore, Region 15 and 16 Representative. 

Sports Committee— Chairman Glendon Ravenscraft, 
Vice Chairman Barney Thweatt, Joseph McPherson, 
D.J. Ramsey, Region 15 and 16 Representative. 

Trophy Committee— Chairman Norman Passmore, 
Mce Chairman Zeb Blankenship, Dianne Caines, Billy 
Wise. 

Staff Committee-Chairman Glendon Ravenscraft, 
Vice Chairman Denval Barriger, Zeb Blankenship, 
Jack Burkich, Norman Passmore. 

Retirement Committee-Chairman Barney Thweatt, 
Vice Chairman D.J. Ramsey, Zeb Blankenship, Region 
15 and 16 Representative, J.D. Minnehan. 

East Eligibility Committee— Chairman Zeb Blank- 
enship, Vice Chairman Norman Passmore, Glendon 
Ravenscraft, Jack Burkich, Region 15 and 16 Repre- 
sentative. 

West Eligibility Committee-Chairman Joseph Mc- 
Pherson, Vic« Chairman Denval Barriger, J.D. Minne- 
han, D. J. Ramsey, Barney Thweatt. 

Mr. Burkich asked that the following Committees 
meet during the time between the morning and after- 
noon sessions of- the Board meeting; Trophy Com- 
mittee, Sports Committee and Retirement Com- 
mittee. 

Mr. Mills discussed the need for an election to re- 
place Mr. Paul Trimble on the Board of Control. Mr. 
Trimble resigned his position as principal of Paints- 
ville High Scnool, thereby creating a vacancy on the 
Board. Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that Mr. Trimble's resignation be accepted 
and that the Commissioner be directed to conduct an 
election to fill the vacancy under the provisions of 
Article IV of the K.H.S. A. A. Constitution. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills gave a report on the 1978 Boys' Basket- 
ball Tournament in Lexington. He asked Mr. Wise to 
present the seating arrangement to the Board and 
asked for discussion on the price of tickets for the 
tournament. After a lengthy discussion Glendon Raven- 
scraft moved, seconded by Denzil Ramsey, that the 
tickets be priced at $5.00 and $4.00. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

The Board then discussed the price of the Girls' 
Basketball Tournament tickets. Following the recom- 
mendation of Mr. Mills, Barney Thweatt moved, 
seconded by Norman Passmore, that the price of 
tickets for the Girls! State Basketball Tournament 
for 1979 be $5.00 and $4.00. The motion carried 
unanimously. The Commissioner was instructed to 
forward an expense check-'to each of the participating 
schools prior to the itournament and in the same 
amount as that presented for the boys' tournament. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise requested that 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1978 



BOARD MINUTES 
(Continued from Page Three) 

the Board consider filming the final games of both 
the girls' and boys' State Basketball Tournaments. 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, 
that the final game of the girls' and boys' State Basket- 
ball Tournament be put on film. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The regular meeting adjourned at this time for 
lunch and for the specified committees to meet. 

The Board of Control Meeting re-convened at 2: 15. 

The Trophy Committee recommended that the 
Riherd's Sport Shop trophy bid for the 1978-79 
school year be accepted with the exception of the 
track trophies and that the Finn Trophy Company 
be awarded the contract for those. Norman Passmore 
made the motion, seconded bv Barney Thweatt, that 
the recommendations of the Trophy Committee be 
accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Retirement Committee recommended that 
the amount of the retirement benefits to Theo A. 
Sanford and Mrs. J. B. Mansfield be increased by 7%. 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, 
that the recommendation be accepted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Upon the recommendation of the Sports Com- 
mittee the motion was made by Denzil Ramsey, 
seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that the Cross Country 
distance in the State Meet be changed to 5,000 meters 
for the boys and 3,000 meters for the girls. The- 
motion passed unanimously. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that the site for the 1978 State Crosscoun- 
try Meet be held at Lexington Horse Park with the 
recommendation that Elizabethtown be made the 
site for 1979. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board discussed the results of a recent survey 
taken among those schools participating in Soccer to 
determine if the K.H.S.A.A. should sponsor a state 
tournament. The survey indicated that 16 schools pre- 
fer the tournament be conducted in the fall and 14 
schools prefer that it be conducted in the spring. Mr. 
Mills was instructed to inform the schools of the re- 
sults and request that they make a recommendation 
to the Board for consideration. 

After a lengthy discussion on recommended 
changes in track, Jospeh McPherson moved, seconded 
by Zeb Hankenship, that the 60 Yard Hurdles be 
changed to 300 meters in girls track and that the 180 
Yard Low Hurdles be changed to 300 meters for the 
boys. The motion carried unanimously. 

It was recommended that Mr. Mills conduct a 
survey of the member track schools to determine 
their views on re-classification in track and the per- 
mitting of runner-ups from each region going to the 
State Meet. 

Mr. Mills presented to the Board the information 
he had received from the National Federation Insur- 
ance Fund and recormiended that this plan be adopted 
by the Association. Norman Passmore moved, second- 
ed by Zeb Blankenship, that the plan of the National 
Federation Insurance Fund be accepted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Wise gave a report on the 
meeting of the Assigning Secretaries, in both football 
and basketball. Following the presentation and a dis- 
cussion on the requested raise in gas mileage allowance, 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Joseph McPher- 
son, that the fifty (50) mile minimumbe continued 
but the gas allowance be raised from 10c to 15c per 



mile for football, basketball and baseball officials. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

After a recommendation by Mr. Wise, Joseph Mc- 
Pherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that 
four officials be used in the regional basketball 
tournaments (instead of 8). The motion carried unan- 
imously. 

Mr. Wise explained that the Assigning Secretaries 
had requested the Board consider raising the fee for 
basketball officials. After discussing the request, Zeb 
Blankenship moved, seconded by Glendon Ravens- 
craft, that the fee for basketball officials not be in- 
creased during the 1978-79 school year. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

No action was taken on the recommendations of 
the Assigning Secretaries to increase the expense al- 
lowance for all necessary travel in reoonai tourna- 
ments to each official or that Part II of the National 
Federation test for the higher ratings be an open book 
test. 

Mr. Burkich instructed the chairmen of each com- 
mittee to study the recommendations of the Big'8 
Conference as previously presented and report any 
recommendation back to the Board for consideration. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for October 7, 1 978, at the K.H.S.A.A. Build- 
ing, Lexington, at 10:00 A.M. 

Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Glen Ravens- 
craft, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning April 1, 1978, and ending June 30, 1978, 
be allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- 
ship, that the meeting be adjourned. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



K. H. S. A. A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 
1978 - 79 



School 

Adair County 

Allen Co.-Scottsville 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Beth Haven Chris. 

Betsy Layne 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breathitt County 

Breckinridge County 

Bryan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Clay County 



Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Barlow 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

Owingsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Valley Station 

Betsy Layne 

Louisville 

Florence 

Paris 

Bowling Green 

Ashland 

Danville 

Jackson 

Harned 

Lexington 

Shepherdsville 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Murray 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

Carrollton 

Liberty 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Manchester 



Coach 

Nelson Moore 
Bob Driver 
Richard Hagy 
Fred Hamburg 
Dan Goble 
Bob Redman 
Ben Sydboten 
Garnis Martin 
Jerry Eubank 
Gary Ramey 
Bernie Barre 
Richard Roddy 
Gary Hall 
George Adams 
Harold Borders 
Joe Bailey 
Jimmie R. Cecil 
Denny Nash 
Owen Hauck 
Jack Massie 
Wilson Sears 
Greg Gregory 
Ed Rail 
Dudley Hilton 
Oscar Gardner 
Terry Clark 
Mike Manley 
Joe Hood 
Robert Green 
Al Giordano 
Stan Outland 
Don Shelton 
John Miller 
C. McConnaughhay 
Mike Finney 
David Borders 
Clint Lovely 
Fred Clayton 
Terry Wilson 



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Clinton County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

DuPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter Co. 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Evangel 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Fleming County 

Fleming-Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard Countv 

George Rogers Clark 

Glasgow 

Grayson County 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson County 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Jesse Stuart 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Country Day 

Ky. School f/t Deaf 

Knott Co. Central 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

LaRue County 

Laurel County 

Lavirence County 

Leslie County 

Lewis County 

Lincoln County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Lone Jack High Sc. 

Lone Oak 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

McLean County 

M. C. Napier 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Mad.-N. Hopkins 

Male 

Marion C. Moore 

Marion County 

Marshall County 

Mason County 

Mayfield 



Albany 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Brownsville 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Louisville 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

I,ouisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

Ft. Campbell 

Ft. Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Glasgow 

Leitchfield 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Lewisport 

Harlan 

Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Munfordville 

Hazard 

West Paducah 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

Ft. Thomas 

Covington 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jefferstontown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

Valley Station 

Pikeville 

Paintsville 

Louisville 

Danville 

Hindman 

Barbourville 

Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Louisa 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Stanford 

Erlanger 

Four Mile 

Paducah 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Corbin 

Calhoun 

Hazard 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Madisonville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Benton 

Maysville 

Mayfield 



Brian Thompson 
Bob Young 
Archie Powers 
Lynn Ray 
Ken Bargo 
Gene Sherman 
Stelle Harmon 
Gary Keller 
Fred Mariani 
Ron Madrick 
Robert Burnett 
David Peak 
Buddy Pfaadt 
Tom Eddleman 
Gary McDowell 
Mike Lewis 
John R. Young 
David Oney 
Ron Myers 
Jack Hall 
Morris Davenport 
Hoover Niece 

Charles Hunter 
Doug Semenick 
Paul Reliford 
Wally Oyler 
Theodore Purcell 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Joe J aggers 
Ray Webb 
Gary Dearborn 
James Mathews 
Gwin Wood 
Stan Watts 
Kelly Page 
Sammy Burke 
Don Danko 
Charles Gupton 
Vic Clark 
Kent McCubbin 
John Younce 
Jerry Griffin 
Rick McCrary 
Bob Jenkins 
Alvis Johnson 
Roy M. Petett 
Colin Cox 
Jack Haskins 
Mojo Hollowell 
Robert Bell 
H. J. Reynolds 
Bill Herrmann 
Edward Jackson 
Dan Sundberg 

Joe Cambell 
Jim Jordan 
John W. Brown 
Frank Conyers 
Jim Grant 
Tim Adams 
Ed VanHoose 
Frank Lambert 
Don Belcher 
Ronnie Halcolm 
John Dixon 
Jim Poynter 
Phil Eason 
Charlie Bell 
Robert Howard 
Floyd Hines 
Bill Robinson 
Bill Ed Leedy 
Jim Dougherty 
Bruce Hendrickson 
P'red Gibson 
Jack Reese 
Mac Ouarles 
David Mitchel 
Bill Shelton 
Bill Dixon 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Steve Twedell 
Norb Hummel 
Russ Gibson 
Lewis Cook 
Larry Krouse 
Steve Butcher 
Jack Morris 



Maysville 

Meade County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

Middlesboro 

Millershurg M. 1. 

Montgomery Co. 

Moore 

Mullins 

Murray 

Morgan County 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Oldham County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Cath. 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Raceland 

Reidland 

Rockcastle Co. 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St. Xavier 

Scott 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Shawnee 

Tates Creek 

Taylor County 

Todd Co. Central 

Thomas Jefferson 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble County 

Trinity 

Union County 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co. 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Carter 

West Hardin 

Western 

Westport Road 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Woodford County 



Maysville 

Brandenburg 

Harrodsburg 

Edmonton 

Middlesboro 

Millersburg 

Mt. Sterling 

Louisville 

Pikeville 

Murray 

West Liberty 

Bardstown 

Newport 

Newport 

Carlisle 

Shepherdsville 

Radcliff 

Hartford 

Buckner 

Owenton 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Raceland 

Paducah 

Mt. Vernon 

Morehead 

Flatwoods 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Taylor Mill 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 

Elkton 

Louisville 

Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Redford 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive Hill 

Stephensburg 

Shively 

Louisville 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Versailles 



Bill Pooks 
Jim DeVries 
Larry French 
Doug Clemmons 
Tom Stapleton 
Gary Barr 
Pat Dale 
Ted Leasor 
Jon Renigar 
John Hina 
Bruce Herdman 
Joe Medley 
Mike Murphy 
Bob Schneider 
Ben Pumphrey 
Everett Baker 
Bill Jenkins 
Frank Parker 
Jim Kennedy 
Rf)y Cochran 
Don Netoskie 
Bill Cox 
Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Mike Holtzapfel 
Hillard Howard 
Teddy Taylor 
Bob Holman 
Philip Haywood 
David M. McCoy 
Roger Snyder 
Anthony Burkeen 
Larry Woods 
Ken Howard 
Ivan McGlone 
Ron Finley 
Kenny Barrett 
Michael Stewart 
Dave Browning 
Jack Eicher 
Mike Egan 
Eugene Johnson 
Tom Becherer 
Bill Gaines 
John Cain 
Henderson Wilson 
Eugene Johnson 
Roy Walton 
Harry Reif 
Robert Jones 
Donald Hugh Pope 
Larry Moore 
Danny Maxberry 
Jim Hurst 
Dennis Lampley 
Dick McDonald 
Edward Crum 
Ronald Curry 
Andy Anderson 
Dale Lindsey 
Jim Ross 
Jim Reed 
Mike Sims 
Walter Hawkins 
Randy Shepard 
Bernard Decker, Jr. 
Donald Williams 
Tom Cheaney 
James Gose 
Sam Schafer 
Bob Rose 
Don Daniels 
Phil Owen 



Coaches Day Is October 6 

National Coaches Day is Friday, October 6, and all 
schools are urged to plan something special that week or that 
day for all the coaches in the school system. 

A good means of issuing a public thanks for these pro- 
fessionals in the business oi educating high school students 
through interscholastic athletics would be a special half-time 
program in their honor if your school has a football game 
that week. Or at any other interschool contest that week. Ex- 
tend the honors to coaches in all activities, not just fall sports. 

The National Federation of State High School Associ- 
ations and the Kentucky High School Athletic As.soci3tion 
lists two reasons for the nationwide drive to honor the 
coaches (1) Public thanks to the coaches and (2) motivation 
of all high school coaches to do the tjest job they possibly can. 



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FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL 
Fencing Team Champion — 1977-78 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Louise Crosby, Regina 
Williams. Second Row: Chris Lane, Mason Kington, 
David Gamett, Regan Van Pietersom, John Dunley, 
Byron Joms. 

State Fencing Championship Results 

Fort Knox High School placed first in the team's 
finish of the Boys' State Fencing Championship with 
Seneca High School placing first in the Girls' Champ- 
ship. 

Following are the results: 

BOYS' DIVISION 

Team Scores-Ft. Knox 33, Eastern 14, Seneca 1 1 , 
Atherton 5, Ballard 2. 

FoiI-1, Scott Rutherford, Eastern, 2, John Dun- 
ley Fort Knox, 3, Byron Jorns, Fort Knox, Epee, 1, 
Rutherford, 2, Dunley, 3, John Grady, Ballard, Sabre- 
1, Dunley, 2, Peter Naake, Seneca, 3, Ken Aizawa, 
Seneca. 

GIRLS' DIVISION 

Team Scores— Seneca 17, Sacred Heart 10, Fort 
Knox 7, Brown School 6, Oneida Baptist 5. 

Foil — 1 , Elizabeth Long, Sacred Heart, 2, Laura 
Scott, Seneca, 3, Natalia Pinto, Seneca. 
Fencing Individual Winners 




(Left to Right) Elizabeth Long, Sacred Heart, 
girls' winner. Scott Rutherford, Eastern, boys' winner. 



1978 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams assigned to 
each are listed below. Each school listed will receive 
from the regional manager an information sheet and 
entry blank prior to the meet. 

GIRLS' CLASS A 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.)-Barastown, Central City, Edmonson 
County, Kentucky Country Day, LaRue County, Met- 
calfe (bounty, Muhlenberg Central, North Bullitt, Port- 
land Christian, Tompkinsville, University Heights. 

Trigg County Region (Coach Jim Wallace, Trigg 
Co. H.S.)-Fulton, Ft. Campbell, Providence, Trigg 
County, St. Mary, Webster County. 



Lexington Region (Coach Paul Rhorer, Bryan 
Station H.Sj—Corbin, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, 
Lexington Catholic, Model, Nicholas County, Owen 
County, Somerset, Spencer County, Russell County. 

Harrison County Region (Coach Joe Judy, Harri- 
son Co. H.S.)"Hazard, Hazel Green, Lee County, 
Mason County, Magoffin County, Menifee County, 
Paintsville, Phelps, University Breckinridge, Virgie. 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Covington 
Catholic H.S.)-Bellevue, Holy Cross, Notre Dame, 
Scott, Silver Grove, Simon Kenton, Walton-Verona. 

GIRLS' CLASS AA 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H.S.)~Apollo, Daviess County, Fienderson Coun- 
ty, Owensboro. 

Trigg County Region (Coach Jim Wallace, Trigg 
Co. H.H.)-Calloway County, Christian County, Hod- 
kinsville, Marshall County, Paducah Tilgliman, Union 
County. 

Taylor County Region (Garnett Parker, Taylor 
Co. H.S.)-Adair County, Bowling Green, Elizabeth- 
town, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Oldham County, Taylor County. 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaehn, Covington 
Catholic H.S.)— Boone County, DLxie Heights, Harrison 
County, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, New- 
port. 

Lexington Region (Coach Paul Rhorer, Bryan 
Station H.S.)-Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Estill 
County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Lafayette, Tates Creek, Woodford County. 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H.S.)-Boyd County, Clark County, 
East Carter, Johnson Central, Montgomery County, 
Wolfe County. 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bocock, , 
Pulaski Co. H.S.)-Boyle County, Danville, Knox 
Central, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Pulaski 
County, Whitley County. 

GIRLS' CLASS AAA 

Central Region (Coach Earl Henderson, Central 
H.S.)-Ahrens, Butler, Central, duPont, Manual, Male, 
Shawnee. 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke, Stuart H.S.)— 
Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Ninth & 0, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Valley, Western. 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.)- 
Atherton, EUrrett, Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson. 

Westport Region (Coach Bob Thompson, West- 
port H.S.)-Ballard, Jeffersontown, Waggener. 
BOYS' CLASS A 

Trigg County Region (Coach Jim Wallace, Trigg 
Co. H.S.)-Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell, Fulton, 
Providence, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg County, 
Webster County. 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H.S.)— Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, Freder- 
ick Fraize, Graliam, Greenville, Hancock County, 
Hughes Kirk, Muhlenberg Central, University Heights. 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.)— Bardstovm, Barren County, Campbells- 
ville,Caverna, Edmonson County, Green County, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, LaRue County, Metcalfe County, 
North Bullitt, Portland Christian, Tompkinsville, West 
Hardin. 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Covington 
Catholic H.S.)-Beechwood, Bellevue, Bishop Bros- 
sart, Covington Latin, Dayton', Gallatin County, Holy 
Cross, Ludlow, Newport Catholic, Notre Dame, St. 



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Henry, Scott, Silver Grove, Simon Kenton, Walton- 
Verona, WUliamstown. 

Lexington Region (Coach Paul Rhorer, Bryan 
Station H.S.)-Corbin, Carroll County, Frankfort, 
Garrard Co., Lexington Catholic, Millersburg Military 
Institute, Model, Oneida Institute, Somerset, Spencer 
County. 

Mason County Region (Coach Kenneth Ashby, 
Mason County H.S.)— Grant County, Mason County, 
Maysville, Nicholas County, Owen County, Tollesboro. 

Harrison County Region (Coach Joe Judy, Harri- 
son Co. H.S.)— Hazard, Hazel Green, Lee County, 
Menifee County, Rowan County, West Carter. 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H.S.)— Jenkins, Magoffin County, 
Paintsville, Phelps, Riverside Christian, Sheldon Clark, 
Virgie, Wolfe County. 

BOYS' CLASS AA 

Trigg County Region (Coach Jim Wallace, Trigg 
Co. H.S.)— Christian County, Hopkinsville, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Paducah Tilglrman, Union County. 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H.S.)— Apollo, Daviess County , Henderson County, 
Ohio County, Owensboro. 

Elizabethtown Region (Coach Royce Speck, Eliza- 
bethtownH.S.)— Bowling Green, East Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town, Grayson County, Meade County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin. 

Taylor County Region (Garnett Parker, Taylor 
Co. H.S.)-Adair County, Marion County, Oldham 
County, Shelby County, Taylor County. 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Covington 
Catholic H.S.)-Boone County, Campbell County, 
Covington Cathohc, Dixie Heists, Highland, Holmes 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Pendleton County, Simon 
Kenton. 

Harrison County Region (Coach Joe Judy, Harri- 
son Co. H.S.)-Batn County, Bourbon County, George 
R. Clark, Harrison County, Montgomery County, 
Scott County. 

Lexington Region (Coach Paul Rhorer, Bryan 
Station H.S.)-Bryan Station, Frankhn County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Tates Creek, Wood- 
ford County. 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski Co. H.S.)— Boyle County, DanvUle, Knox 
Central, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Pulaski 
County, Whitely County. 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H.S.)— Boyd County, East Carter, 
Johnson Central, Paul Blazer, Russell. 
BOYS' CLASS AAA 

Central Region (Coach Earl Henderson, Central 
H.S.)— Ahrens, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Evan- 
gel, Male, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke, Stuart H.S.)- 
Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Ninth & 0, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.)- 
Atherton, Durrett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson. 

Westport Region (Coach Bob Thompson^ Westport 
H.S.)-Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Trinity, Waggener, Westport. 

RATINGS ON BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered with the K. H. S. A. A. during 
1977-78: 



REGION 1 

McGinty, L. V. Jr. -94; Poe, Buddy-93; Green, 
Don-90; Wilferd, Shirley-89; Jackson, Dennis-88; 
Perry, James— 84; Brown, Lyman— 84; Miller, Harold— 
83; Mills, Dwight-83; Harper, James-82; Gibson, 
Fred-81 ; Cash, Charles-79;Higdon,Sam-79;Finley, 
Howard-79;Purcell,Ken-78;Geurin,Joe-77; Wright. 
A. D.— 74; Featherstone, Jerry— 74; Baker, Doug— 71; 
Guthrie,Gilliam— 70; Henson, Don— 70; Morris, Bobby- 
70; Latham, Bill-69; Knight, Tommy-69; Gilliam, 
Steve-69; Hook, Don-68; Blythe, John-68; Murt. 
Gene— 68; Jones, Robert— 68; Brandon, Jerome— 68; 
Tyler, Kenneth-67; Keeling, Reuben— 66; Stokes, 
Cubb— 65; Spahr, David— 65; Paitsel, Jim— 65; Saviors. 
Carlee— 65; Overby, Jerry- 64; Anderson, Mike— 63; 
Allen, Thompson— 62; Malcolm Wilson— 62; Carter, 
Mike-61 ; Henson, Tony— 60; Stovall, Gary-58; Crit- 
tenden, David-52; Peeples, David^4; McNeill, Barn- 
ey— 40; Sims, Roy— 35; Vincent, Gary— 32; 
REGION II 

Moser, Rudy— 95; Beshears, Jim-93; Browning, 
Wayne-91; Cox, Rufus-90; Littlepage, Pryce-90; 
Lile, Clyde-89; Long, James-89; Holt, Robert-88; 
Ward, Robert-88; Cates, Billy-87; Crouse, James- 
87; Goldey, William-87; Colley, Lynn-86; East, 
William-85; Knauer. Gleii-85: Davis, Jay-84; Stone, 
Sidney-84; Peden, Harlan— 83; Bernardini, Bruno- 
Si; Burton, Bill-81; Crick, Dwaine-80; Mathews, 
Arthur-80; Boisture, Roy -80; Bugg, James-80; Ed- 
dings, Wendell-80;Wooton, Danny ^0; Holt, Ronald- 
79; Ringstaff, Rov-79; Moore. Dean-79; Brooks, 
Carl-78; Browder, Homer-78; Crawford, Neal-78; 
Holmes, Eddie-78; Norment, William-78; Francis, 
Wilham-77; Mitchell, Curtis-77; Vauglm, Ron- 
77; Griffith, Mike-76; Stone, Kenneth-76; Johnson, 
Frank-76; Pandolfi, Thomas— 76; Thompson, David- 
75; Parrent, Kenny-75; Kluepfel, Joe— 73; Hughes, 
Roy— 72; Cambron, John— 72; Woodring, Marita— 71; 
Woodring, Larry— 70; Dossett, Mac-59; Menser, Scott 
50; Jennings, Jeff-48; Ruark, Mark-37; 
REGION III 

Montgomery, Chester-92.6; Hill, James-91.6; 
Barnes, Barrv-90.9; Harper, Robie-90.0; Everly, 
Phyllis- 89.5; Wilson, Kenneth-87.1 ; Fox, Joanna- 
87.0; Dillihay, Ralph-86.4; Divine, Wayne-84.9; 
Fades, Mark-84.5; Howard, Dwight; 84.4; Harrison, 
Tim-83.9; Estes, Water-83.2; Stovall, Tom-82.4; 
Thomson, Cecil-82.3; Day, Jack-80.6; Jackson, Ed- 
79.9; Jones, Ken— 79.9; Anderson, Edward— 75.4; 
Cessna, Clayborn-74.0; Stokes, Tom-73.8; Evans, 
Lewis-73.7; Grant, Neil-73.4; Nash, Rick-73.2; 
Thomas, Dueward-72.6; Greathouse, Frank-71.1; 
Stein, Ken-70.0; Barnes, Conard— 70.0; L'oppage, 
Hugh-69.7; Etienne, Don-69.3; Read, Ray-68.0; 
Askins, Ray-66.6; Taylor, Terrell-65.0; Wahl, Kath- 
erine-65.0; Morris, Larry -65.0; Brown, Allen-6 1.0; 
Barnes, Roger-60.4; Tandy, Samuel-59.0; For- 
sythe, N. R.-55.0; Pendley, Jimmy-46.0; Ramsey, 
Mike-38.0; 

REGION IV 

Gorrell, Howard-97; McCarley, John— 96; Sears, 
Wilson-96; Jennings, James H.-89; Long, Bill-89; 
Murrell, Allen L.-89; Stevenson, Mike G.-89;Mead- 
ors, William— 88; Webster, Norman E.-87; Long, 
Steve-86; Sams, Glenn-86; Phillips, Harold-85; 
Cobb, Mike -84; Burkeen, Phil C.-83; Curry, Ran- 
dall-82; Hamm, Gerald-82; Miller, Richard T.-81; 
Rogers, Ralph D.-80; Vance, Hunter, Jr. -80; La- 
mastus, Randall-79;Studle,Ron— 79; Appling, James— 
78; Pogue, Ivan Gordon-78; Troxall, Keith— 77; Ray- 
mer, Don L.-76;Ward, Larry -76; Brown, Rickie F.- 



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74; Brown, Michael R.-73; Percell, Danny-71; Mc- 
Pherson, Lanny P. -69; Proffitt, Carlie M.-67; An- 
derson, Ralph^S; Brantley, Delmar L.— 65; WilHams, 
James A.— 64; Harrington, Tim— 62; Hamm, Ritchie— 
61 ; Skees, James A.— 60; Smith, Bruce S.— 54; Molloy , 
G. Patrick -50; Burchett, Wendell-48; 
REGION V 

Gilbert, Jerry -96. 5; Wilson, Paul -96.3; Spencer, 
Irv-96.1; Stikeleather, Clyde-96.0; Goode, Earl- 
95.7; Williams, Bobby -95.5; Durbin, Hade-95.1; 
Hawkins, Don— 95.0; Bone, Gerald— 94.6; Cross, Rog- 
er-94.5; Frazier, Mac-94.5; Skaggs, Bobby-94.4; 
Winfrey, Shelby-94.2; Skaggs, Biri-94.0; Vinson, 
Ray-94.0; Morse, Richard-93.2: Gardner, Gary- 
93.1; Houice, Jackie— 93.1 ; Downs, Joe— 92. 8; Myers,' 
Ron-92.7; Baker, James-92.6; Rice, Willard-92.5; 
Cravens, Robert, Jr.— 91.7; Gupton, Lawrence— 91.6; 
Whitehead, Christopher-91.6; Dill, Roger-91.5; La- 
mar, Huston— 91.3; Bartley, Joseph— 91.0; Mudd, De- 
nise-90.0; Wade, Sharon-89.7; Whitley, Kim-89.7; 
Kerr, Richard-86.2; Spalding, Randall-86.0; Pack, 
Judy— 84.3; Bohanon, Alan— 84.0; Edwards, Wayne- 
83.9; Vincent, Jack-83.7; Embry, John-83.2; Hilton, 
Billy-83.2; Strain, Richard-83.2; Shaw,.Don-83.0; 
Crume, Jane-81.8; Allen, Tommy-81.3; Shultz, 
Frank-81.2; Meredith, Erick-80.3; Reed, Tommy- 
79.8; Revis, David-78.2; McCarthy, Dan-77.3; Allen, 
Jeffery-77.2; Sheehan, Tim-77.0; Brockman, Ken- 
76.4; Wright, Gary-73.2; King, David-71 .0; Pierce, 
Frank-79.4; Moorman, Tom-70.3; Allnatt, Tom- 
69.3; Smith, James-69.2; Gupton, George- 68.4; 
Thomas, John-66.4; Hayes, David-65.3; Spratling, 
Obie-61 .7; Stewart, Winiam-61 .3; Tucker, Charles- 
55.2; 

REGION VI and VII 

Bell, Clarence-87; Brother, Dottie-87; Bush, Kar- 
men— 87;Gatterdam, Ed— 87;Murphy, Mike-87;Lam- 
bert, Irv-86; Redle, Joel-86; Hayes, Pete-85; Houri- 
gan, Jim— 85; Liedtke, Joe— 85; Duvall, Tom— 84; 
Gentry, Dale— 84;Peterson,Maggie-84; Sumner, Carl — 
84; Weihe, Bob-84; Monks, Ron-83; Sims, Frank- 
83; Thompson, Beth— 83; Baker, Jan— 82; Eaves, Jim- 
82; Stovall, Kathy-82; Driskell, Earl-81; Williams, 
Beckv-81: Clark. Ken-80; Smith, Ron-80: Croft. 
Frank- 79; Edwards, Ernest— 79; Ogden, Paul— 79; 
Brockman, Ken— 78; Coffmann, Steve— 78; Jansen, 
Jean— 78; Henderson, Roger-77; Bell, Ron-76; Mere- 
dith, Billy-76; Strong, Charles-75; Tindall, Cliff-75; 
McPike, Ray-74; Bibb, Ennis-73;Gibson^Russ-73; 
Reader, Bob-73; Szyper, Dick-73; Taylor, Don-73; 
Thompson, Gerald-73; Emmons, Guy-72; Hackett, 
Wilbur, Sr.-72; Biter, Charlie-71; Cecil, RDn-71; 
Durbin, Roy -71 ; Hill, Sue-70; Loeser, Al-70; Thom- 
mas, Bill-70;Compton,Al-69; Hatfield, Rip-69; Mar- 
quart, Jerry— 1>8; Stober, Martha-68; Whitley, Sharon— 
67; Brown, Judy— 66; Pearl, George— 65; Wheeler, 
Lou-65; Bryant, Jim— 64; Jones, Alex— 64; Wise, 
Gaila-64; Head, Jack-63; Newton, Dennis-63; 
Schutte, Bruce— 63; Kistner, Gary— 59; McAnally, 
Tom— 59; Sigler, Susie— 59; Decker, Jim— 58; Houri- 
gan, Tim-58; Fuchs, Martha— 57; Laskey, Barb— 56; 
Pedigo, Al— 56; Wingfield, Felix— 56; Woosley, Don — 
56; Gillespie, Vicky-55; Bullock, James-54; Shake, 
Ken-54; Stuedle, Ray-54; Welscher, Mike-54; Bald- 
win, Dennis— 53; Ritchie, Bill— 52; Yann, Gerald— 52; 
Conder, Joe— 5 1 ; Backert, Tony —50; Brewer, Charles— 
50; Gray, Ken-50; Holt, Tim-50; Roberts, Terri-50; 
Russell, Clem-50;Wickley,Ed-50; Gibson, Gary -49; 
Lyons, Ron^9; Grey Gary— 48; Morris, Larry^8; 
Pennie, Dan^8; Spalding, Guy— 48; Atzinger, Phylis— 
46; Funk, Carol-46; Hickey, Tom^6; McGavic, 



Ron -46; Miniard, Lonnie-46; ToUe, Mike -46; Bur- 
kert, Larry— 45; Hilpp, Louis— 45: Steohenson. Joe— 
45; Bertrand, Earl-44; .Yeoman, George-40; Bain, 
Stanley-39; Davis, Larry-38; Heckel, Rich-35; Passi- 
fiume, Jerry-34; Logan, Bruce— 33; Blandford, Jean— 
32; Effinger, Sherry-32; Peak, Barb-32; Hackett, 
Wilbur, Jr. -31; Salyer, Hank-30; Heckel, Charles- 
29; Klausing, Don-27; Blandford, Steve-26; Mc- 
Grath, Bob-26; Weber, Tom-26; Westerman, Carol- 
26; Bass, Sam-25; Beck, Bob-24; Minsterketter, 
Alan— 20; Wibbels, Jerry— 20; Featherstone, John— 17; 
Schmitt, Karl-16; Shepherd, Larry-16; Hinds, Mark- 
15; Bradley, Phillip-12; 

REGION VIII 

Stethen,Jim— 93;Radjunas,John— 93;Dyke,Dean- 
91; McMillin, Larry-87; Gordon, Roy T.-87; Stark, 
Doug— 86; Wood, Gary-86; Feger, George— 85; Ca- 
macho, Marcus-84; Strain, Debbie-84; Taylor, BOl- 
84; Doll, Allen-82; Hicks, Gene-81 ; Dant, Joe B. - 
80; Williams, Gary— 80; Jackson, Steve— 79; Kazunas, 
Gerald— 79; Congleton, Jay-76; Stoess, Henry— 75; 
Stark, Allen— 75; Morris, J. C— 75; Johnson, Gayle— 
Davis, John-75; Kelley, Lariy- 71 ; Harp, David— 70; 
Williams, Donnie— 70; Mefford, Randy— 68; Early, 
Robert-65; 

REGION IX 

Moore, Bud— 90; Vories, Dick— 89;Freppon, Tom— 
88; Smith, Bill-88; Sullivan, Dan-88; Roesel, Joe - 
87; Hummel, Thomas— 86; Thompson. Tom— 84; Sch- 
neider, Ebn— 83; Hass, Tom— 82; Rich, Dennis— 82; 
Drake, Richard— 81; Peeno, Harry-80; Vories, Ken- 
neth-80; Vories, Gary-80; Collins, Ton-79; King, 
Ray— 79; Meyer, Ray- 79; Lonnie. Greg-78: Mever. 
James-77; Berger, Dick-76;Switzer,Dick-76;Wolfe, 
Dennis— 76; Meyer, Dave— 74; Moore, Bob— 74;Racke, 
Jerry-74; Swape, Tom-74; Bertsch, Ton— 73; Trapp, 
Charles— 72; Chappie, Charles— 71 ; Fisk, Rodney— 71 ; 
Gabbard, Ray -71; Shields, Don-71; Wells, Glenn- 
71; Bishop, Paul— 70; Seavers, Joe— 70; Bond, Terry— 
69; Denham, Alan— 69; Dennedy, Bob— 68; McDowell, 
Ben-68; Noll, Jack-68; Sorrell, Thomas-68; Hickey, 
Tom-67; Urlage, Dick-67; Brown, Steve— 66; Mohr, 
Tom-66; McCarthy, Steve— 66; Scott, Emmariual— 66; 
Trenkamp, Gene— 66; Dixon, Oscar- 65; Jent, Dick— 
65; Liggett, Ernie— 65; Perry, Charles— 65; Stoker, 
Steve-65; Carr, Larrv— 64; Flesch, Jerry— 64; Mun- 
ninghoff, Lance-64;Douthwaite,Donald— 63; Meyer, 
Rich— 63; Phillippi, Jack— 63; Buerger, Timothy-62; 
Grefer, Thomas— 62; Hills. Marshall— 59; Morris, Ed— 
59; Grieme, Bill-57; Dowd, Jim-57; Dierig, H. 
Thomas-54; Kristof, David-54; Whitley, Jim-54; 
Brockman, Thomas-52; Thompson, Jerry-52; Shipp, 
Dave-49; Wilcox, Mark-47; Bonar, John^5; Wright, 
Robert-45; Lehkamp, Ken-44;-Miller,Thomas-44; 
Brady, Ron-40; Rappold, Allen- 40; Bersch, Bev- 
38; Henry, Daniel-38; Miller, Bob H.-38; Burkhart, 
Robert-33; Cooper, John-28; Barrett, Glen-26; 
Bauman, G. Michael-26; Coyle, Don-26; Darnell, E. 
Nicholas— 26; Fookes, Dean— 26; Fritz, Timothy— 26; 
Modrell, Gary— 26; Newman, Rick— 26; Florence, 
Joe— 25; 

REGION X & XI 

Jenkins, Jerry-97; Bell, Bob-96; Devary, Bill-95; 
Pace, Don-94; Hampton, Doug-94; Middleton, John- 
93; Shuck, Tommy-93; Kemper, Nancy-93; Ring, 
Bill-92; Maines, George-92; Bair, David-90; Adams, 
Beverly-90; Williams, Roger-89; Turpin, Don^8; 
Lusby, George-88; Long, Bob-88; Cox, Ken-S7; 
Flynn, Bobby-87; Sellier, Ed-86; Greer, Phil-86; 
Turpin, Ron-85; Mullins, Bill-85; Adkins, Bob-85; 
Bell, Henry -85; Johnson, Jim-85; Pence, Jerry-84; 



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Thompson, Joe— 84; McClure, Jerry-84; Johnson, 
Jerry -84; Raybourne, Pat-83; Walton, Roy -83; 
Straus, Bill-83; Home, Tuffy-83; Ebel, Jack-82; 
Hughes, Brenda— 82; Carpenter, Jasper— 81; Bramble, 
Jim-80; Leber, Jerry -80; Call Barbara-80; Adkins, 
Leslie -80; Fritz, John-79; Milbern, Dan-78; Denton, 
Calvin— 77; Byars, Don— 77; Billips, Doug— 77; John- 
son, Harry— 76; Dobson, Barry~76; Easier, Mel— 76; 
Craig, Ron— 75; Votaw, Tony— 75; Brock, Jack— 75; 
Thompson, Tommy— 74; Smith, Ron— 74; Gabbard, 
John— 74;Cornelison, Mike— 74;Perry, Ted— 72;Black- 
wood, Tom— 72; Holt, Terrell— 68; Stephenson, Harry- 
65; Blodgett, Mariane— 63; Brown, Scoop-62; Morris, 
Andy -61; Cox, Chuck -61; May, Bill-59; Drnevich, 
Roxanne— 58; Isaac, Barbara— 53; 
REGION XII 
Spoonamore, Jim-93.3; Shaw, Earl-89.75; Neel- 
ey, Jim-87.46; Palko, Ed-87; Hargis, Noel-85.94; 
Wallace, John-84.66; Taylor, Dale-84.14; Upchurch. 
David-83.66; Butner, Billy-82.25; Farley, Jim -8 1 .- 
55; Black, Willis-79.71 ; Acton. Claude-78.50;Maxev, 
Richard-78.07; Randolph, D. E. -77.77; Luttrell, 
Daisy -74; Wilson, Wm. Bruce-73.91 ; Bullock, Larry- 
73.88; Cover, Luid-73.0; Hughes, Rufus-72.91 ; Sni- 
der, Herb-71.84; Jones, Doug-71.33; Bray, Richard 
L.-70.75; Brown, Ronnie-70.0;Groce,Ralph-69.33; 
Cash, Harold-67.14; Wilson, Jim-66.52; Vaught, 
Marvin-64.33; Turner, Keenan-64.25; Sowder, Bill — 
62.0; Casada, Lonnie-61.0; Gordon, Jimmy— 59.55; 
Flynn, Jerry— 56.0; Gordon, Dwight— 55.55; Yankey, 
Bill-55.80; Craig, David-54.66; Larkin, Arnold- 
47.66; Wiser, DeAngelo-46.50; 

REGION XIII 

Selvy, Curt-96; Bruner, Jack-96; Brock, Al-96; 
Madon, Robert-95; Pietrowski, Paul-95; Centers, 
Mike-93; Maxey, Mike-93; Owens, Bruce-92; 
Brock,John-90; Howard, Jim-90; Lefevers, Colman- 
90; Anders, Raieigh-89; Cupp, Jackie -87; Morgan, 
Richard-86; Jeffers, Steve-85;Stagnolia, Eugene-85; 
White, William-84; Smith, Benny-84; Fields, Rufus- 
83; Rhodes, Cecil— 82; Mills, Lawrence— 80; Johnson, 
Mike-80 ; Brown, Wendell-79; Gibbons, Mike- 
78; Buell, Elijah-77; Ashurst, George — 75; 
Idol, Billy Joe, Sr.— 75; Lawson, Sonny-74; Lawson, 
Stan— 73; McCowan, Connell— 73; Owens, Ronnie— 72; 
Owens, Jerry- 71; Adams, Ray— 70; Phelps, Jimmy- 
68; Beckner, Gene— 67; Belcher, William— 66; Carnes, 
Dwirfit— 65; Phelps, Johnny— 63; Sizemore, Austin - 
61;Parrott, Sharon-60; Houchens, Tom-59; Ball, 
Phillip-58; Snith, Gary-56; Napier, Wallace-55; 
Gambrel, Don— 53; Rains, Everett-53; 

REGION XVI 

Collins, Hubert- 88:9; Hardin, DDn-88.5; John- 
son, Walter-88.5; Banks, Buddy-87.3; Jackson, Bob- 
85.3; Kouns, Bob-85.1; Moore, Marvin-83.1; Con- 
ley, Joe-83.2; Wages, Bob-82.7; Kirk, Walter-80.0; 
Cundiff, Curt-79.3; Radjunas, Ed-79.1 ; Ward, Nan- 
78.0; Tuttle, John-77.5: Hvland, Dick -76.5; Mc- 
Kenzie, Jim— 76.4; Dixon, Ron. -75.5; Catron, Ken— 
75.0; Plummer, Bill-74.1; McKenzie, Dwight-71.8; 
Cotton, Carl-71 .2; Phelps, Ray-71 .1 ; Asher, Ralph- 
70.1 ; Hobbs, Charles-70.0; Cox, James-69.1 ; Brown- 
ing, John-68.7; Taylor, Carl— 67.0; Newman, Bill— 
62.7; Ramey, Gary— 61.9; Branham, George— 61.0; 
Vance, Mike— 60.5; Simpson, Jim— 59.2; Logan, Mike— 
59.0; Allen, Nelson-58.0; Barker, Walter-56.3;Hm, 
Dan— 51.5; Simpson, Deanna— 51.0; Loperfido, Rick— 
50.5, 



1978 Football Early Season Questions 
EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 1978 
National Federation Football Rules do not set aside 
nor modify any rule. They are made and published by 
the National Federation of State High School Associ- 
ations in response to situation presented. 
Brice B. Durbin, Editor, National Federation Publi- 
cations 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFI- 
CATIONS 
RULE BOOK 
Cover II Change Rule Reference 3-2-1 to 3-1-2 (also 

Comments on Page 55). 
Page 29 5-2-5 insert new item "(b) a penalty for 

roughing the kicker is accepted" and re- 
letter balance of items b, c, d, to c, d & e. 

Also change (c) and (d) in last line to (d) 

&(e). 
Page 37 PENALTY (for 7-2-5) illegal shift from 54 

to 53. 
Page 45 Signal Chart. Illustration for signals 1 and 2 

are reversed. 
CASE BOOK 
Page 2 First and last lines: Change rule reference 

1-5-3 j to 1-5-3. 
Page 4 

and 5 Change rule reference 3-2-1 to 3-1-2. 
Page 7 Delete P.S. 15, and note, "A touched or de- 
flected successful try or field goal attempt 

will not be ruled as batting." 
Page 31 3-7-2 line 7 delete "after the snapper has 

made his final adjustment of the ball . 
Page 38 6-1-3 line 5 substitute "a free kick infraction" 

for "Ulegal position". 
Page 38 6-M last line substitute "all times" for 

"some time". 
Page 41 6-3-lC End of line 4, delete "Even" and "the 

batting would be illegal" from line 6. 
Page 57 3rd line change R's 45 to "K's" 45. 
Page 77 10-2^B substitute "and" for "on" in 1st 

line. 
Page 87 10-5-3E delete from last line of play "or Bl 

interferred with A3" 
OFFICIALS MANUAL 
Page 15 Paragraph 138 - 4th line - change defense 

to offense. 
Page 24 Paragraph 236 - 7th line - delete "a fumble 

and insert "the ball became loose". 
Page 26 Paragraph 241 - 7th line - substitute "in 

covering" for "cover in the event of". 
Page 37 Diagram 5 - FJ should take a path directly 

towards endline. 
Cover III Reverse illustration for signals 1 and 2. 
PART I EXAM 
23 C Change Al toBl. 
25 B Following "pitches out to A2" add "behind 

the line"! 
MEETING FOLDER 

Pla^ 

"4C 

SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED 
Page 7 (Top Picture) - Delete entire second sentence. 
Page 95 (Top Picture) - Substitute "not" for "rest" 

in 2nd line. 
Page 1 12(Top Picture) - Substitute "kicker" for "hold- 
er". 
1. PLAY: With 4th and 10 fromthe 50 yardline Kl's 
punt is muffed by R2 at R's 40. Ball rebounds back 
to Ks 45 yardline where Kl recovers. Kl then 



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completes a forward pass to eligible K2 who ad- 
vances tor a touchdowh. Prior to the touchdown, 

(a) K2 clipped while the ball was loose following 
the touching by Rl and before recovery by Kl, or 

(b) K2 committed offensive pass interference prior 
to the catch. 

RULING: In (a) it will be 4th and 25 for K from 
the 35 yardline. In (b) it will be 1st and 10 for R 
at K's 35 after accepting the penalty for offensive 
pass interference— 15 yards from the previous spot 
and down counts, (5-1 -2c, P.S. 5-1-2C, and -Com- 
ment on Page 36, 1978 Case Book.) 

2. PLAY: At the snap, Team B has (a) 10 players, or 
(b) 11 players on the field. During the down Bll 
or B12 enters the field but does not participate. 
RULING: Illegal substitution in both (a) and (b). 
(3-7-1 and 3-7-5). 

3. PLAY: With 1st and 10 from A's 20. Al advances 
along the sideline to the 40 yardline. During the 
run the coach of Team A steps on the field to get 
a better view of the runner. 

■RULING: It wUl be 2nd and 15 from A's 15 
following the penalty for a non-player being out- 
side his team box (9-7-3 and 2-30-6). 

4. PLAY: With 3rd and 10 from the 50, eligible Al 
catches a pass at B's 49 and advances for an ap- 
parent touchdown. Before the pass was in flight, 
mterior lineman A6 blacks, B4 on his line and 
drives him to the 45. 

RULING: Offensive pass interference. It will be 
4th and 25 from A's 35. 

COMMENT: Because the pass crossed B's line-of- 
scrimmage, ineligible receivers are restricted to the 
neutral zone until the pass is in flight. (7-5-6). 

5. PLAY: With 2nd and 5 on A's 40, A2 interfers 
with Bl at the 50 while a forward pass is in 
flidit. As the ball passes over A2 and Bl, an 
official inadvertently sounds his whistle. Time 
expires for the first quarter during the down. 
RULING: Second quarter will start with the ball 
on A's 25, 3rd and 20. 

COMMENT: Ordinarily the down is replayed when 
an inadvertent whistle sounds during a down in 
which a legal forward pass was in fli^t. If there is 
a live ball foul during the down, the penalty is en- 
forced and the down replayed UNLESS a part of 
that penalty called for loss of down. In this case 
the penalty takes precedence over the previsions 
over the provisions of 4-2-3 and 3-3^ b. 

6. PLAY: K2 bats or intentionally kicks a scrimmage 
kick after it strikes the ground in the plane of R's 
goal line in an attempt to prevent a touchback. 
RULING: Touchback. K2 batted a dead ball be- 
cause the goal line is located in the end zone and 
as soon as K2 touched the ball there the ball be- 
came dead. It will be 1st and 10 for R on their 20. 

7. PLAY: The ball is free-kicked from K's 40 yard- 
line and in flight it crosses the 50 yardline before 
heavy winds blow it back to K's 45 where it (a) is 
touched in flight by Kl, or (b) touches the ground 
and is recovered by K2. 

RULING: Fair catch interference in (a), 1st and 
10 for K in (b). (6-1-7). 

COMMENT: The restraining line marking the 
neutral zone for K and R on a free-kick are vertical 
planes and when the free-kick penetrates R's free- 
kick penetrates R's free-kick line in flight, it is 
considered to have gone the required 10 yards. 

8. PLAY: During the course of the eame, quarterback 
Al runs over to the vicinity of his team box area 
for the purpose of receivihg instructions from his 
coach. No time-out is requested, there is no delay 



in declaring the bah ready-for-play, and the coach 
does not leave the team box area. 
RULING: It is an illegal conference if a player 
stops or tarries in front of, or in the vicinity of, 
his team box between downs for the purpose of 
receiving directions and/or exchanging informat- 
ion with a coach or other team personnel. Team A 
will be penalized 1 5 yards for this unsportsmanlike 
non-player foul. (9-7-1 b). 

COMMENT: Some may argue that coaching from 
the sidelines is permitted and as long as there was 
no delay in declaring the ball ready-for-play, this 
means of communicating between the coach and 
his quarterback should be permitted. Coaching 
from the sideline permits coaches to call out in- 
structions to their team and these instructions 
may be heard by anyone. When a player comes 
over to the vicinity of the bench area to receive 
"private instructions" it takes on the same aspects 
as a coach-player conference which is permitted 
only during charged time-outs and between periods. 
9. PLAY: Team A s field goal attempt or try is de- 
flected by Bl in the end zone after which it goes 
through the goal above the crossbar. Following the 
touching and before the ball goes through the up- 
rights, there is an unsportsmenlike foul by (a) Al 
or(b)Bl. 

RULING: In either (a) or (b) the field goal or try 
is successful and the penalty for the dead ball foul 
will be enforced on the ensuing kick-off (4-2-2 d). 
RULING: In either (a) or (b) the field goal or try 
is successful and the penalty for the dead ball foul 
will be enforced on the ensuing kick-off (4-2-2 d). 
COMMENT: For the purpose of understanding 
the recent change which permits a try or field goal 
attempt to score after it is touched in the end 
zone, consider the kicked ball dead as soon as it 
was touched, but we now have an exception (4-2-2 
d) which permits this try to score, rather than 
having a type of "delayed dead ball" whose future 
status will depend on whether or not the ball con- 
tinues through the goal. 

10. PLAY: A forward pass is touched beyond the line 
by Al. As Bl moves to intercept the deflected 
pass, A2 (a) pushes Bl in the back in an effort to 
get at the ball, or (b) blocks Bl from behind in an 
effort to prevent the interception. 

RULING: Legal in (a), clipping (b). (9-2-1, 9-1 -2d). 

11. PLAY: On a scrimmage down the back judge (5- 
man crew) takes a position about halfway between 
the sideline and the inbounds line and slightly in 
front of the deepest receiver and on the opposite 
side of the field from the head linesman. 
RULING: The back judge is not in the correct 
position. The back judge should take his position 
on the same side of the field as me head linesman 
regardless of the position of the kicker or the 
potential receiver. 

COMMENT: On scrimmage kicks the field judge 
is able to release much quicker than the head 
linesman to assist in covering for first touching, 
short kicks, artd kicks going out-of-bounds to his 
side of the field. 

12. PLAY: On foui-th down punter Al requests a new 
(different) ball that he favors for punting. 
RULING: The request should be denied. Unless 
the ball is unfit for play, or the ball used on the 
previous play goes out-of-bounds or for any reason 
the official feels it would be more expedient to 
request a change of balls. Team A is obligated to 
use the same ball it used to begin the series. (1-3- 
2. 1-3-3 and and P.S. 1-3-2, 5-1-1). 



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13. PLAY: While covering a scrimmage kick, AI is 
blocked by Bl in sucn a manner that he cannot 
avoid contact with receiver B2. (a) Just prior to 
this contact and foUowing Rl 's block, the untouch- 
ed football strikes Al's Iback or (b^ immediately 
the contact, the untouched football strikes B2 s 
shoulder pad. 

RULING: The touching in both (a) and (b) will be 
ignored. (6-2-5). 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. - 1978 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers 
are given tlie first is that of the home phone. 
Aldridge, James R, 119 Edgewood Rd., Radcliff, 40160, 

351-9680, 351-3181 
Aldridge, Vern L., 915S-B South Beard Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-8471, 624-2424 
Allen, Arthur, Route 6, Box 550, Franklin, 42134, 586-6836, 

586-3231 
Allen, lames E., 3405 Emerald Dr., Louisville, 40299, 

267-0216 
Allen, James H., 149 E. Broadway, Madisonville 42431, 

821-2911, 821-3006 
Allgood, David A., 6113 Catheen Way, Louisville 40213, 

969-2530, 4511600 
Allison, Roy, Box 877, Harland 40831, 573-3789, 573-4770 
Allnatt. Thomas C, MEDDAX lAH, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-1614,624-3650 
Almand, David F., 214 Liberty St., Franklin 42134, 

586-5475 
Ammerman, Robert P., 305 E. Pleasant St., Cynthiana41031, 

234-6381, Lexington 252-3439 
Anders, Raleigh A., Route 4, Box 372C, Keavy 40737, 

864-4060, 528-3912 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Circle, Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-5366 
Arnold, Kenneth, 500 Baughman Ave., Danville 40422, 

236-8396, 734-7377 
Arthur, Paul E., 1200 Rear Kanawha Terrace, Huntington, 

W. Va., 25701, 529-1 103, 739-5742 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill 41 164, 286-2081 , 286-2081 
Ault, Delbert, 319 Grosvenor Ave., Lexington 40506, 

255-8197, 255-6132/254-8888 
Austin, Dwight Lea, 2319 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-7966, 842-1681 
Backert, Tony, 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville 40218, 451- 

5505, 896-9193 
Bailey, Jimmy H., 358 Coombs Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

781-7821, 892-5302 
Baird, James H., Box 503, Pineville 40977, 248-4160, 

248-1280 
Baker, Glenn David, 131 Asbury Dr., Wilmore, 40390, 858- 

4149 
Baker, William A., 5640 A Folger St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5565, 624-7146/6732 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station 40272, 

935-0667 
Baley, Buddy F., 7520-G 70th TK BN. Rd., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2670, 624-4251 
Barbour, Barry, 3481.Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503, 278- 

0144 
Barker, David H., Bulan 41722, 633-2089, 439-2302 
Barker, Norman D., Bulan 41722, 251-2878 
Barney, Greg R., 120 N. Forrest Rd., Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

1379, 624-4646 
Barnott, John R., 2436 LaRochelle Rd., Lexington 40504, 

254-3188, 255-3612 
Barrett, Richard A., 706 No. 25th St., Middlesboro 40965, 

248-6325, 248-1371 
Barth, Donald K., 138 4th St., EByton 41074, 581-4559, 

291-6735 
Bartlett, C. W., 2303 Chateaugay Loop, Owensboro 42301, 

684-5472, 926-8686 
Bates, Curtis E. (Buddy), P. O. Box 726, Mayfield 42066, 

247-7023, 247-4128 
Bates, James R., Box 1056, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7158 
Batterton Keith, Old Danville Rd., Harrodsburg 40330, 734- 

9624, 734-4255 
Bauman, Cease,9 50 Templin Ave., Bardsfown 40004, 348-6081 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-2846, 582-5573 
Bell, Ronald K., 2510 Gardiner Ln., Louisville 40205, 459- 

2716, 456-5240 
Bell, Russell G., 157 Sunset Dr., Frankfort 40601, 695-1353, 

564-3644 



Bernardini. Bruno, 203 Taft Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

615-552-1507, 502-798-4917 
Bewley, Harry G., 306 Estate Dr., Elizabethtown 42701,765- 

5018, 737-6466 
Bickel, Arthur Frank, 4910 Lea Ann Way, Louisville 40219, 

968-6770, 366-9511, Ext. 641 
Biechler, Dwight A., 5823-B Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

7576, 624-7010 
Black, Charles D., Jr., 138 Pine St., Barbourville 40906, 546- 

5348, 546-5144 
Blackford, Robert L., 414 Dayflower Ct., Edgewood 41017, 

341-3849 
Blemker, Ray. Jr., 2363 Dundee Dr., Henderson 42420, 826- 

8330, 423-6871 
Bocook, Earl, 1102 Beech St., Kenova, W. Va., 25530, 453- 

1810, 453-1381 
Bogar, Joseph D., P. O. Box 37, Hardy, 41531, 353-9540, 

353-7760 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview 41076, 441-0723 
Bosse, Raymond C, 1378 Vidot Ct., Covington 4101 1, 331- 

3363, 431-6374 
Bottles, Donald W., 1014 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtovm 42701, 

765-7289, 765-7213 
Bottoms, William E., P. O. Box 164, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6608, 886-2727 
Boyles, Jerry, 2407 Hillcrest Rd., Ashland 41101, 324-6995, 

329-4178 
Bozarth, Perry E., 3258 Pepperhill Rd., Lexington 40502, 

266-0015, 254-0168 
Bracher. David R., Route 1. Gentryville, Ind. '47537, 812- 

362 7649,812-853-61 11 
Brady, Dan, 85 Arcadia Ave., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-4278, 

421-1285 
Bramble, James L., 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington 40505, 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Brammell, Keith. P. O. Box 231, Grayson 41143, 474-9131 
Branham, James, 660 Kingston Rd., Lexington 40505, 299- 

9452, 255-7057 
Bransom, Ben P., Jr., 3885 Sundart Dr., Lexington 40502, 272- 

7250,276-1461 
Brauch, Charles J., 1 17 Westivew Dr., Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

3218, 348-3991 
Breeding, Joe L, 1310 Bambridge Ln., Campbellsville, 465- 

2614, 465-3511 
Brennenstuhl, Jim, P. O. Box 101, Pleasant View 40769, 549- 

3241, 549-2463 
Brewer, Jerry, Box 8, Bonnyman 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brewer, Lloyd, Box 238, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436-31 55 
Brock, Jack W., Route 7, Clay's Ferry Estates, Richmond 

40475, 62 3-5 158, 2 59-345 6, Ext. 215 
Brockman, Ken E., Route 1, Ekron 401 17, 828-2403 
Brown, Herman G., Route 1, Box 108, Bagdad 40003, 747- 

8991. 633-2040 
Brown, J. W. "Scoop", 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505 
Brown, Martin, Jr., 1845 Princeton Dr., Louisville 40205, 

454-3812, 581-2486 
Brown, Michael R., 16 Mayo Ct., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781- 

0098, 721-3610 
Brown, Stephen P., 200 Patchen Dr., No. 93, Lexington 40502, 

269-7780, 259-1331 
Brown, Wendell, Route 6, Box 682, London 40741, 864- 

2372, 878-9700 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr., 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-8275, 329-5583 
Burchett, James B., P. O. Box 483, Prestonsburg 41653, 874- 

2324, 886-3836 
Burgess, Blair D., 5315-D Gardner Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7965, 624-4132/4227 
Burgess, Marvin. 1536 Audubon Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-7303, 842-7302 
Burgess. Olcy, 1708 Sycamore St.. Kenova, W. Va. 25530, 

453-2593 
Burke, David D., 1411 Maple St., Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

2029, 324-3129 
Burkeen, Phillip C, 659 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4182, 842-5302 
Burlew, Warren (Brad), 1806 The Meadow Rd., Louisville 

40223, 426-0871, 426-6020 
Burns, Raymond G., Jr., 4928 Determine Ln., Louisville 

40216, 447-5280, 778-7344 
Burrus, Lee Roy, Jr., 918 Lime Spring Way. Louisville 40223, 

245-2607, 584-4647 
Burton, James E., 308 S. Broadway, Providence 42450, 667- 

2296 
Burton, John, Route 5, Box 185, Louisa 41230, 638-4445, 

739-4166, Ext. 8292 
Burton, John B., Ill, 826 13th St., Ashland 41101, 325- 

8291, 324-5353 
Butler, Denver E., 1533 Southgate Ave., Louisville 40215, 

366-7195, 583-3881 
Butler, Robert D., 582 Charlemagne, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7098 



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Carlson, David A., 2916 Washington St., Paducah 42001, 

444-7943, 444-631 1, Ext. 435 
Carmichael, Steven G., SSSVi Transylvania Pk., Lexington 

40508, 254-8987 
Carney, Michael R, 658 W. College Dr., No. 4, Radcliff, 

40160, 351-6245, 624-4024 
Carr, Billy W., 612 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-6910 

586-3261 
Carr, Larry, 929 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills 41016, 341-9276 

243-3696 
Gates, Rickey, Route 5, Box 81, Morganfield 42437, 333- 

5525 
Ceasev, James A., 4912 B Hammond Heights, Ft. Campbell 

42223, 439-7355, 798,5912 
Cecil, Henry E., 143 Barberry Ln., Bardstown 40004, 348 

5457 
Cecil, Roger. P. O. Box 401, Hazard 41701, 436-6644,439 

2332 
Chattin, John B., 450 Rhea Blvd., Russellville 42276, 726 

8836, 726-6434 
Clark, John E., 3359 Coldstream Dr., Lexington 40502, 272 

0856, 259-1902 
Clark, Owen B., 1301 Fairfax Way, Georgetown 40324, 863 

3719, 863-4338 
Clay, Glen Steven, Route 3, Box 8, Grayson 41 143, 474-6385 
Clayton, Noel, Kendall Hall, KWC, Owensboro 42301, 547 

8147 
Clayton, Terry W., 1409 Longview Dr., Bowling Green 42101 

781-6323 
Clements, William P., Jr., 605 Greenridge PL, Henderson 

42420, 826-3878, 826-2551 
Clemmons, Sam P., 226 Rugby Rd., Lexington 40504. 255 

7566, 253-3441 
Cline, Nick, 5 505 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville 40219 

964-0214 
Coffman, Steve, 4902 Swaps Ln., Louisville 40216, 447- 

0658,448-7174 
Cole, Robert J., Jr., 3623 Downing Way, Louisville 40218 

459-8095, 448-6212 
Coleman, Louis H., Jr., 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 40219 

969-0982, 774-3207 
Colley, Lynn W., 411 E. 23rd St., Hopkinsville 42240, 885 

9538, 886-4463 
Collins, Ronald K., 2 590 OTd Buttermilk Rd., Villa Hills 

41016, 341-0578, 431-9964 
Collins, Stephen F., 2027 Winston Ave., Louisville 40205 

459-7810,426-1577 
Conlin, Martin T., 508 St. Joseph La. No. 46, Park Hills 

41011, 431-6395, 291-2268 
Cook, Chandlar D., P. O. Box 11, Corbin 40701, 523-0903 

528-0428 
Cook, Richard N., 50 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 441 

9269, 243-6205 
Corbett, John Byron, 201 S. Elm Grove, Bardstown 40004, 

348-2155, 348-3953 
Cornelison, Michael R., P. O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-9568 

254-1429 
Cox, Mike Wooton, 41776, 279-4268, 439-1460 
Cox, Robert W., 7208 So. Watterson Trl., Louisville 40291 

239-0978,456-3131 
Cox, Thomas O., Box 262, Calhoun 42327, 785-4068; 733 

4419 
Craft, Albert B., 1606 Meadowthorpe Ave., Lexington 40505 

254-5365, 255-8600 
Crittenden, Fred M., 9028 C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 

624-3992, 624-1736/3129 
Cross, Roger. P. O. Box 41, Muldraugh 40155, 942-3826 

422-4931 
Crutcher, John M, Route 1, Box 78, Ekron 40117, 828- 

3281, 624-1926 
Crutcher, Marion J., Box 93A, Route 2, Vine Grove 40175 

828-2647/3306 
Crutcher, Paul M., Route 1, Ekron 40117,828-3745,628 

8349 
Cupp, Willard E., 318 Skyline Pk. Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 

886-7967, 439-1517 
Cundiff, Richard K., 100 Country Club Dr., Somerset 42501 

678-5601, 678-5279 
Current, Ellis Ray, 3006 Montavesta Dr., Lexington 40502 

266-2877, 272-3311 
Current, Robert O., 3593 Pimlico Pkwy., Lexington 40502 

272-3052 
Cutter, Corinne S., 500 Laketower Dr., No. 62, Lexington 

40502 
Daopoulos, Jim, 3474 Ipswich Ct., Lexington 40503, 277 

8354,233-8174 
Davidson, Harlan, Jr., P. O. Box 52-Beechwood, Hazarc 

41701. 436-6147. 666-7581 
Davis, Larry R., 3117 Rosedale Blvd., Louisville 40220, 456 

6286, 491-43'i6 
Davis, Ralph C, 1326 S. 7th St., Ironton, Ohio 45638, 532 

8606, 532-8143 
Davis, William Thomas, 5112 Barnes Dr., Louisville 40219 

964-4754,452-3722 



Day, Richard W., 1606 Alexandria Dr., Lexington 40504, 277- 

9759, 252-7716 
Denton, William J., 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-1122, 582-9522 
DenSensi, W. C. "Chick", 7306 Stone Mill Ct., Louisville 

40291, 239-2760. 774-4421 
Deskins, Roger D., 1018 45th St., Ashland 41 101, 324-8998 
Dewees, William L., Jr., 7007 Ashby Ln., Louisville 40272 

935-8724 
Dickens, William D., 313 Beacon Hill, Nicholasville 40356 

885-6727, 266-0401 
Dizney, William C, 412 Master St., Corbin 40701, 523-05 14 

528-3131 
Dossett, Mac, Route 4, Whippoorwill Dr., Marion 42064 

965-2804, 965-3866 
Downs, Gilbert, 3311 Enridge Dr ., Louisville 40220,491 

1734, 254-4161 
Doyle, Danny K., 128 McCready Ave., Louisville 40206 

895-6515, Campbellsville 776-4651, Ext. 245 
Drake, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075 

441-4235 
Ducker, Larry Kelvin, S Clover Ave., Apt. No. 3, Erianger 

41018, 331-8945, 491-3700 
Duff, Earl, 105 Green Hill Park Dr., Somerset 42501, 679 

7043 
Duff, William C, Jr., 154 Goodrich Ave., Lexington 40503 

277,0524, 623-5098 
Dunagan, Edward A., 6602 Eltoro Ct., Louisville 4029 

239-1850, 459-1030, Ext. 243 
Durden, John R., Route 1, Cerulean 42215, 885-8847, 886 

4463 
Durham, Tom, 137 Lantern Way, Nicholasville 40356, 278 

6921, 255-3612, Ext. 229 
Dyehouse, James F., Jr., 3462 Boston Rd., Lexington 40503 

278-1620, 253-0621 
Fades, Danny A., 1703 A Terrace View Dr., Lexington 40504 

233-0166, 232-3196 
Easley, Dan, Route 3, Nicholasville 40356, 885-9613, 258 

8661 
Easterly, Tom, 210 W. State St., Frankfort 40601,223-5488 
Eggert, Don, 890 Fairview Ave., A-21 1, Bowling Green 42 101 

781-3979, 781-2381 
Eldridge, Wayne R., P. O. Box 98, Science Hill 42553, 423- 

3495, 678-8161 
Elkin, Larry, 3477 Lindenvwod Dr., Erianger 41018, 341- 

4766, 922-0100 
Ellis, James F., Route 6, Huntertown Rd., Versailles 40383, 

873-7459, 232-4397 
Ellison, Ronald, 3809 Harvest Way, Elsmere 41018, 727-2736 
Elovitz, Carl, 1920 Spring Grove Ave., Lexington 40504,277- 

3994, 873-3691 
Emmons, Guy W., 5500 Crosswood Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-9537 
Epperson, Jim, P. O. Box 5379, Lexington 40505, 277-1796, 

254-9341 
Etienne, Donald H., Star Route, Box 296, Magnet, Ind. 47555 

843-5265, 547-2316 
Eubanks. William M., 311 W. Kentucky St., Franklin 42134, 

586-7469 
Evans, Alvin, P. O. Box 195, Jellico, Tenn., 37762,615-424- 

8216, 424-9966 
Ewen, George, 2082 Rambler Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

6235, 254-2346 
Ewing, Roger G., Route 1, Cox's Creek 40013, 348-3253, 

348-9211 
Faris, Leon W., Ill, 604 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 278- 

4103, 252-4010 
Farmer, Garland R., Route 1, Box 200, Cynthiana 41031, 

234-1802, 252-3439 
Faust, Jack, 2427 Concord Dr., Louisville 40217. 634-4204, 

634-4796 
Faust, Phillip K, 3010 Hikes Ln., LouisvUle 40220, 451- 

9758, 634-4796 
Fay, John C, 329 Wilson Downing Rd., Lexington 40503, 

272-6182, 299-4771 
Feltner, Danny Ray, Route 2, Box ISl-A., Hazard 41701, 

436-5152,436-3155 
Fenimore, Qarke E., 4083 Oilman Ave., Louisville 40207, 

896-4716. 491-8400 
Ferguson, Roy .Route 3, Barbourville 40906, (Bus.) 546-9976 
Ferrell, Ronnie D., Box 2500, Williamson. W. Va., 25661, 

237-1344, 304-235-2323, Ext. 47 
Finck, Dennis Ray, 2618 Pindell Ave., Louisville 40217, 

635-2284, 425-8800 
Fish, Leiand G., 537 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

5087, 233-2535 
Flynn, Bobby, 428 M;Kenna Ct., Lexington 40505, 299- 

5902, 278-9310 
Foster, Berryman E., 927 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505, 

255-7374, 233-2335/2537 
Fowler, Gary O., 855Yuma Ct., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

1468, 781-5670 
Fraley, Charlie Lee, 9057 E-Young St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-3860, 624-3636/5947 

(Continued in OCTOBER Athlete) 



ATTENTION PRINCIPALS OF K.H.S.A.A. MEMBER SCHOOLS: 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association is pleased to announce that 
catastrophe insurance coverage is being provided at no cost to member schools. 

Briefly stated, the plan contains the following provisions: 

1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $50,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible has been 
satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance has been considered); 

3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, 
all activities under the jurisdiction of the K.H.S.A.A. and the direct super- 
vision of a school employee; 

4. Coverage for all cheerleaders and band members engaging in, practicing 
for, or traveling to or from, all activities under the jurisidiction of the 
K.H.S.A.A., and under the direct supervision of a school employee. 

5. Coverage for all registered officials of the K.H.S.A.A., while officiating, or 
traveling to or from the game they are to officiate; 

6. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date 
of injury; 

7. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of 
tournaments or meets. 

The plan is underwritten by Sentry Life Insurance Company and is administered by 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. If you desire additional information, we suggest you write 
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1. He lives clean and plays hard. He plays for the love of the game. 

2. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach . . . 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a 
good example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 

The Official . . . 

1. He knows the rules. 

2. He is fair and firm in all decisions. He calls them as he sees them. 

3. He treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same 

treatment for himself. 

4. He knows the game is for the boys, and lets them have the spotlight. 

The Spectator , . . 

1. He never boos a player or official. 

2. He appreciates a good play, no matter who makes it. 

3. He knows the school gets the blame or the praise for his conduct. 

4. He recognizes the need for more sportsmen and fewer "sports." 

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Official Orean of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER 1978 



1978 CERTIFIED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



Aldridge, James R. 
Allen, Arthur 
Allen, James E. 
Allgood, David A. 
Anders, Raleigh A. 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Barbour, Barry 
Barney, Greg R. 
Barnott, John R. 
Bartlett,C.W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bauman, Cease 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Ronald K. 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bickel, Arthur F. 
Blackford, Robert L. 
Bocook, Earl 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Bond, Terry L. 
Boyles, Jerry 
Bramble, James L. 
Branch, Charles J. 
Brown, Herman G. 
Brown, John W. 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr. 
Burton, John 
Carlson, David 
Carr, Billy W. 
Carr, Larry 
Clark, John E. 
Clemmons, Sam P. 
Cline, Nick 

Coleman, Louis H., Jr. 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collins, Ronald K. 
Conlin, Martin T. 
Cook, Richard N. 
Corbett, JohnB. 
Craft, A. B. 
Crutcher, John M. 
Crutcher, Paul M. 
Gulp, Willard E. 
Current, Ellis Ray 
Current, Robert 0. 
Daopoulos, James 
Davis, Ralph C. 
Denton, William J. 
DeSensi,W. C. 
Dewees, William L., Jr. 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Doyle, Danny K. 
Drake, Richard R. 
Duff, William C, Jr. 
Durden, John R. 
Easley, Dan 
Eldridge, Wayne R. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Eubanks, William M. 
Ewen, George 
Ewine, Roger G. 
Fay, John C. 
Fenimore, Clarke, E. 
Ferguson, Roy 
Ferrell, Ronnie E. 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Bobby 



Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fryrear, Bill P. 
Fuchs, Charles 
Furlong, William E. 
Gallaher, Jack F. 
Gammon, William H. 
Gastineau, Joby A. 
Gelbke, Gilbert M. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Gettler, John F. 
Gfell, George V. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Gober, John S. 
Graas, Oscar L. 
Graham, James E. 
Green, Donald P. 
Greenwell, Robert A. 
Griffin, Powell L. 
Gutterman, James D. 
Guy,N. S. 

Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr. 
Hadden, Newell 
Hall, Charles E. 
Hammock, Don L. 
Hammons, George F. 
Harris, David L. 
Harris, James D. 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Heaberlin, William S. Jr. 
Heaberlin, William Sr. 
Hedge, David W. 
Helton, Leslie 
Henderson, Charles A. 
Hendon, L. J. 
Hillyer, Charles L. 
Hoffman, Thomas A. 
Hopson, James E. 
Horsman, Bill 
Houchens, Tom M. 
Humble, Mike 
Hunter, James 
Ishmael, Stephen A. 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
James, Harold Gene 
Jeffries, David T. 
Jensen, Edward A. 
Johnson, Gordon M. 
Johnson, Harry A. 
Johnson, Larry J. 
Johnson, Ned Jr. 
Johnson, Robert F. 
Jones, Denver 
Jones, Paul D. 
Kemen, Jerry 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirkland, John Drew 
Klusman, Carl J. Jr. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Kraft, H. Nellis 
Kuster, Thomas T. 
Lambert, Irvin G. 
Lange, William E. Jr. 
Leahy, M. Pat 
Ledford, Tom 
Leneave, Robert E. 
Lenz, James W. 
Lillie, William Westley 



Linkes, Clifford C. 
Logan, Michael 
Long, James E. 
Lowe, Stanford F. 
Luckett, Thomas E. 
Lusby, George 
Lykins, James O. 
Lynch, Lester F. 
McClure, Tom S. 
McConnell, James 
McCormick, Don R. 
McFadden, Jimmie 
McGinty,L. V.Jr. 
McKinney, Adelle F. 
McNay, James F. 
Mang, Berry Jr. 
Martin, Paul J. 
Mayer, Edward A. 
Mayer, Joseph J. Jr. 
Meadors, Wilham J. 
Menshouse, Larry K. 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Donald R. 
Mick, Paul E. 
Mifflin, Charles K. 
Minta, John H. 
Moody, William R. 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, Philhp H. 
Moore, Robert Jr. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 
Morton, Jim L. 
Murdach, Leslie L. 
Nelligan, Michael L. 
Nelson, Clarence Robert 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Omar, Max G. 
Osborne, Lonnie 
Osting^ James E. II 
Pace, Donald 
Page, James N. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Passafiume, John J. 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Paxton, Gary R. 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Perrin, James A. 
Pinkerman, Charles C. 
Pittman, Spencer 
Poole, Glenn 
Powers, Elmer 
Purcell, Michael R. 
Purwin, John C. 
Quehl, Harry 
Rapp, William C. 
Rascoe, Robert B. 
Rawdon, Richard M. Jr. 
Read, Frederick K. 
Ring, Bill 
Roberts, James E. 
Roberts, Thomas L. Jr. 
Roby, James B. 
Rose, Robert L. 
Rosen, William H. 
Russell, Gary E. 
Satterly, Grant G. 



Schmitt,PaulE. 
Schultz, Frank D. 
Scott, W.L. 
Sesher, James T. 
Shreve, Tim 
Simms, Clarence E. 
Simpson, James H. 
Sizemore, Aster 
Small, David E. 
Sohan, John P. 
South, Stanley P. 
Spath, William J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stovall, Kenneth J. 
Strader, Timothy V. 
Strain, Richard P. 
Streible, Ronnie 
Streicher, Richard A. 
Stuedle, Raymond J. 
Stumbo, Jack 
Sutton, James A. 
Swartz, Joseph C. 
Swinford, Jonn 
Tate, Ken 
Taylor, James R. 
Tharpe, WUlie H. 
Thomas, Lynton H. 
Thomas, Paul R. 
Thomas, Raymond E. 
Thomas, Raymond Earl 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Timmering, George E. 
To we, Paul F. 
Trabue, David 
Trapp, Charles W. 
Treas, Joe W. 
Treibly, Charles E. 
Tuitele, Matthew V. 
Turley, A. Howard 
Tye, Josh 
Urlage, Richard 
VanBogaert, Steve 
Vaughn, William E. Jr. 
Vest, David G. 
Wade, Bill 
Waide, Harry D. 
Waldrop, Harold D. 
Walker, Joe D. 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic, Nicholas 
Ward, Tom A. 
Watson, James W. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wedge, Paul Denny, Jr. 
Whelan, James F. 
White, Russell D. 
Wilbert, Donald 
Wilder, Jerry 
WUson, Nellus R. 
Winfrey, William Steven 
Wright, Howard L. 
Wright, James Lloyd 
Wuertz, John R. 
Yates, George A. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI-No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1978 



$1,00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Member 




/ 
Pete Grigsby, Jr. 

Pete Grigsby, Jr. is a native of Martin, Kentucky in 
Floyd County where he graduated from Martin Higli 
School in 1952. He earned All-State honors his Senior 
year in Basketball and then the famed coach of U.K., 
Adolph Rupp, offered him a scholarship to play for 
the "Wildcats". 

He was a member of the undefeated 1953-54 U.K. 
squad that earned the No. 1 ranking in the country! 
He also lettered in Baseball at U.K. 

Mr. Grigsby graduated from U.K. in 1957 and be- 
gan his coaching and teaching career at M.C. Napier 
High School in 1957-58. He later returned to U.K. 
and in 1959-60 he received his M.A. degree in Edu- 
cational Administration with emphasis on the Princi- 
palship. He also earned Rank I and the Provisional 
Superintendent Certificate from U.K. by August, 1975. 

Mr. Grigsby coached Basketball and Baseball at 
McDowell High School from 1961-1974 where his 
teams gained- state-wide recognition. His Basketball 
teams appeared in the "Sweet 16" three times, 1966, 
1971, and 1973 while his Baseball teams made only 
one trip to the final state meet. In 16 years of coach-, 
ing, his Basketball teams won 386 while losing only 
160 for a 73% winning average. 

He began his administrative career while at Mc- 
Dowell High School, when along with his coaching 
duties, he served as the Assistant Principal from 1965- 
1974. He was promoted to the role of Assistant Super- 
intendent in the Floyd County School system in 1974 
and served in this capacity for two years until he be- 
came Superintendent of Floyd County Schools July 1 , 
1976. 

Recently, the Floyd County Board of Education 
honored him by naming the new gym-lunchroom com- 
plex at McDowell Hi^ School "The Pete Grigsby, 
Jr. Fieldhouse". 

Mr. Grigsby is married to the former Phyllis Martin 
of McDowell where they now live. They have three 
children, Melinda Gay Majakey, 23, Geri, 19, and 
Pete III, 14. Because of Geri's nation-wide fame in 
women's basketball and her many high school records 
that she set while playing high school Basketball at 
McDowell. Mr. Grigsby in some circles is affectionally 
referred to as being "Geri's daddy!" 

Mr. Grigsby will serve out the unexpired term of 
Paul Trimble, Paintsville, representing Section 8. 



LOUISVILLE HOSTS NATIONAL 
ATHLETIC DIRECTORS CONFERENCE 



The ninth National Conference of High School 
Directors of Athletics, sponsored by the National Fed- 
eration of State High School Associations, will be 
conducted at the Commonwealth Convention Center 
in Louisville, Kentucky, December 10-13, 1978. The 
headquarters hotel will be the Gait House where all 
meal functions, as well as some general sessions and 
workshops will be held. 

Athletic directors are urged to make budget re- 
quests now. The conference activity fee - which in- 
cludes tour transportation, banquet and luncheon 
tickets is $30. Room rates at the Gait House are 
$25 (single) and $32 (double). 

Nationally-known speakers, many workshops, a 
comprehensive exhibit area, and the Management 
Seminar, will be available as usual; and the second an- 
nual meeting of the National Interscholasitc Athletic 
Administrators Association will be held in conjunction 
with the national conference. 

Athletic administrators will be mailed information 
on request to the National Federation, Federation 
Place, Elgin, Illinois 60120. 



Annual Meeting 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

Louisville, Kentucky 

The annual meeting of the Kentucky Higli School 
Coaches Association was held on June 10, 1978 at 
the Gait House in Louisville. Twenty-five members 
were present. 

BoD Miller of Campbell County Higli School, the 
retiring president, presented to those in attendance, 
Al Pre witt, Henry (Jlay High School, the new president 
of theK.H.S.C.A. 

On motion by Bob Hall, Maysville, the reading of 
the previous minutes were dispensed with as they were 
published in The Athlete, the official magazine of the 
Kentucky High School Athletics Association. 

Roy Walton, coach of the East All-Star football 
team reported on the All-Star games, and stated that 
it was the opinion of the coaches, that the number of 
players on each squad be increased from 25 members 
to 33. It was suggested that the coaching staff be in- 
creased from two to four. 

In the election of officers, Marty Donlan of St. 
Xavier High School, was elected by acclimation to 
the position of Sgt.-at-Arms. The members present 
did not elect a Secretary-Treasurer, but delegated the 
right to select one to the Executive Committee. 

A financial report was made by Joe Ohr, treasurer, 
and was accepted as Ohr made a detailed report. 

The Meeting adjourned at 11:15. 

(Continued on Page Three) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1978 



OCTOBER, 1978 



VOL, XLI-No. 3 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors , Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D. J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate Sl.OO per year 

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Basketball Assigning Secretaries 

Fourteen assigning secretaries have been named 
to serve as rules interpretators for the sixteen regions. 
In addition he will assist in recruiting new officials 
and in the assignment of officials. The names of the 
assigning secretaries with the residence and business 
phone numbers. (Business numbers are given first), 
are as follows: 
Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Blvd., Murray, 767-6826, 

753-3579 
Clvde F. Lile, Route 6, Hopkinsville, 886-2433, 886- 

5584 
Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmont, Home 476-2656 
Bob Gour, P. 0. Box 1409, Bowling Green, 842-8175, 

843-9582 
Howard Gardner, 829 Freeman Lake Road, Elizabeth- 
town, (Home) 765-6273 
Pete Mattingly, 1514 Cardinal Drive, Louisville, 459- 

5793,458-2129 
Roy Winchester, Bethlehem, 845-2918, 878-^102 
Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 635^1 61, 

441-5885 
Howard Rogers, 17 Maryland, Winchester, 293-3040, 

744-1785 
Charley Hall, Rt. 2, Winter Hawk, Danville, 236-2604, 

236-8811 
Ray Canady, 228 Sycamore St., Barbourville, 546- 

5624, 546-^765 
Roscoe Shackelford, P. 0. Box 1118, Hazard, 436- 

3911,436-6839 
Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfiy, 353-7230, 631-1841 
Bobby Crager, 1703 Mary EUen Dr., Flatwoods, 836- 

8186,836-6069 



K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
has printed a directory for 1978-79. Included in the 
directory is a calendar of events, a section on general 
information about the K.H.S.A.A. and a listing of 
member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials and 
other interested persons at a fee of $2.00. Please send 
check or money order to Directory, K.H.S.A.A., Box 
7280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



CORRECTIONS 

1978-79 National Federation Basketball 

Publications 

BASKETBALL RULE BOOK: 

Inside front cover - In paragraph 9, line 3 after the 
word "unless" add the words, "the last". 
Inside front cover - In paragraph 1 1 change 1 0-7h to 1 0- 
9h. 

On page 27 in Rule 8, Section 7, line 4 after the word 
"unless" add the words "the last". 
At top of page 33 in second line change 5 to 4. 
On tne bottom of page 48 under the caption "Defi- 
nition of a Tap (or Tip)", the paragraph reference 
should read 27 instead of 28. 

On page 50 in paragraph 5, hues 6 and 7 after the 
word ' when" add the words, "the last". 
Page 52 - In last paragraph, line 2 change 10-7h to 
10-9h the two times it appears. 
On page 54 in Basketball Rules Fundamental 1 2 after 
the word "unless" add the words, "the last". 

BASKETBALL CASE BOOK: 

On page 10 in the 9th line of paragraph 3 after the 
word ' when" add the words "the last . 
The last paragraph on the bottom of page 12 contains 
two references to 10-7h. Change them to 10-9h. 
On page 32 revise play situation 203A and its ruling 
to read as follows: 203 A Play-Bl holds A 1 whose 
team is in the bonus. Al is successful in both free 
throw attempts. Wliile B3 is making the throw-in 
from behind the end line A3 pushes B4. Team B is or 
is not in the bonus situation. Ruling - If team B is 
in the bonus B4 is awarded a one and one and ball 
remains in play if either free throw attempt touches 
the basket ring but is not successful If last free throw 
attempt by B4 is successful, team A shall put ball in 
play from out of bounds anywhere at end^line by B's 
basket. If team B is not in the bonus, it is awarded 
the ball at the spot out of bounds nearest to where the 
foul occurred. 

In 300A Comment on page 47 delete line 7 and re- 
place it with the following: "double violation, a double 
foul, a false double foul in which the last foul is 
a double foul or the fouls occur simultaneously, or 
when the". 

On pa^e 43 in Play 212 part (b) ruling delete the 
words 'clock started" from the thh^d line and replace 
them with "ball becomes alive". 
On pa^e 58 in Play 312C in its third hne, add the 
words "the last" after the word "which" adn in the 
next to the last line on the page after tlie word "or" 
add "the last". 

On page 59 in Play 3r2D after the word "and" in the 
second line add "the last". In the third Hne of its 
ruling delete the words "second attempt" and replace 
them with "free throw(s) for the personal foul". 
On page 69 delete 406B and its ruling. Plays 14, 15 
and their rulings on page 8 cover the situations de- 
scribed in Play 406B and their rulings provide more 
exacting officiating procedure. 

BASKETBALL RULES-SIMPLIFIED AND 
ILLUSTRATED: 

Change the caption under the bottom picture on page 
14 to read as follows: After a successful free throw 
A4 fouls during the throw-in before the ball touches 
a player on the court. Team B will receive its free 
throw or throws, or tlie ball out-of-bounds, whichever 
is applicable. If team B were not in the bonus it would 
be awarded the ball for a throw-in from spot out of 
bounds nearest to where foul occurred. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1978 



Page Three 



RULES MEETING FOLDER: 

Onpage 4 in paragraph entitled "8-7 Administration 
of False Double Foul Situation" add the words "the 
last" after the word "when". 

TRANSPARENCY SCRIPT: 

On page 4 in the first paragraph for transparency 
numoer 10' add the words "the last" after the word 
"when" in the third line. 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records the following football 
officials have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3, and will not be per- 
mitted to officiate until they have attended a makeup 
clinic: 

Allen, Phillip B. - 2844 Be.xley Ct., Louisville, 40206 
Allison, Roy - Box 877, Harlan, 40831 
Arflin, Tracy T. - 7540B McDevett Cir., Ft. Knox, 40121 
Asher, Noah Michael - 1 100 Stella Dr., Ashland, 41 101 
Back, Lee Jr. - 203 Field St., Cumberland, 40823 
Bates, James R. - Box 1056, Whitesburg, 41858 
Bewley, Harry G. - 306 Estate Drive, Elizabethtown, 

42701 
Bracher, David R. - RR 1 , Gentryville, IN 47537 
Burgan, Curtis - 613 John St., Corbin 40701 
Cothern, Ricky - 608 Village Drive, Franklin, 42134 
Couch, William J. Jr. - Rt. 2, Box 94, Danville, 40422 
Cross, Roger - P. 0. Box 41 , Muldraugh, 401 55 
Denham, Edward G. - Rt. 1, Executive Pk., Berea, 

40403 
Dickison, Stephen - Box 71 , South Shore, 41 175 
Duff, Earl - 105 Green Hill Park Dr., Somerset, 42501 
Edwards, Marion E. - Box 275, Sebree, 42455 
Ellison, Ronald - 3809 Harvest Way, Elsmere, 41018 
Estep, DavidG. - 212 River Road, Cumberland, 40823 
Evans, Alvin -Cumberland Avenue, Jellico, TN, 37762 
Faust, Jack - 2427 Concord Dr., Louisville, 40217 
Frankel, Louis S. - 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville, 

40220 
Fulmer, James W. - 6280 Kugler Mill Rd., Cincinnati, 

OH 45235 
Gibbons, Michael L. - Rt. 3, Williamsburg, 40769 
Gillespie, Steve - 103 Lancaster Ct., Richmond, 40475 
Goins, David A. - 1409 Forest Cir., Corbin 40701 
Haddix, Daniel E. - 4371/2 Court St., Jackson, 41 339 
Hamby, Thomas E. - 201 Gateway Lane,Hopkinsville, 

42240 
Hayes, David - Rt. 1, Campbellsville, 42718 
Henson, Paul - 1406 Tanglewood Dr., Corbin, 40701 
Herrin, Eric H. - 6 S. Highland Ave., Prestonsburg, 

41653 
Jenkins, Burney - Apt. 37, Scotland Woods, George- 
town, 40324 
Jennings, Helen - 714 South Main, Henderson, 42420 
Kamnierer, Kenneth F. - Rt. 1, Melbourne, 41059 
Keller, Terry J. - 237 Ludford St., Ludlow, 41016 
Kersey, Andy - Barton Mill Apts., Corbin, 40701 
Leary, Don W. - 12 Robbins Apts., Richmond, 40475 
Lee, William A. - Box 116, Wallins Creek, 40873 
Leland, Lonnie - 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexing- 
ton, 40505 
Lowe, William H. - 6803 Sebree, Florence, 41042 
McCormick, Donald H. - 618 S. Green St., Hender- 
son, 42420 
Masterson, Gary - 551 1 Rustic Way, Louisville, 40218 
Meyer, Raymond F. - 3162 Rosina Ave., Covington, 
41015 



Meyer, Richard E. - 454 Glenview Ct., Edgewood, 41- 

017 
Miles, Charles M. - 600 Hoover St., Ashland, 41 101 
Miller, M. L. -4213 Foreman Lane, Louisville, 40219 
Murray, Thomas W. - 25 Ashton Rd., Ft. Mitchell, 

41017 
Patterson, William C. - 108 Carlisle Ave., Greensburg, 

42743 
Pitstick, Jeffrey L. - 2206 Pinewood Dr., Jefferson- 

viUe, IN 47130 
Riggs.'C. Dennis - 3131 Sudbury Lane, Louisville, 40- 

220 
Robinson, Larry M. - P. 0. Box 6, Paintsville, 41240 
Sallee, Danny - 584 Storey Ave., Harrodsburg, 40330 
Sherman, Inman J., Jr., - Rt. 5, London, 40741 
Sligh, Jim E. - Rt. 7, Ashland. 41101 
Smith, Joseph E. - 2434 JeffersonSt.,Paducah,42001 
Starnes, Donald Scott - 1103 Liberty St., Newport, 

41071 
Vaughn, Jim W. - 2825 Lexington Rd., Louisville, 

40206 
Warmack, James T. Jr. - Rt. 1 , Almo, 42020 
Washer, Charles R.-3922 Bank St., Louisville, 40212 
Wells, Glenn - 517 Edgar Ct., Erlanger, 41018 
Wulfeck, James A. - 78 Thompson Ave., Ft. Mitchell, 

41017 
Zimmer, Thomas W. - 114 Summit Dr., Ft. Mitchell, 

41017 

According to our records the following football 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3: 

Bob Young, Conner High School; Hoover Niece, Estill 
County High School; Stan Watts, Fulton County High 
School; Paul Reliford, Fairview High School; Kelly 
Page, Gamaliel High School; Ronnie Halcolm, Knott 
County Central; Fred Gibson, Lone Oak High School; 
Jack Reese, Ludlow High School; Doug Clemmons, 
Metcalfe County High School; Bruce Herdman, Mor- 
gan County High School; Joe Medley, Nelson County 
High School; Frank Parker, Ohio County High School; 
Homer Goins, Paris High School; Roy Walton. Tates 
Creek High School; Jim Ross, Warren East High 
School; Mike Sims, Wayne County High School. 



Executive Meeting 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

(Continued from Page One) 
Howard Johnson Motor Inn June 25, 1978 

Representatives of the Kentucky Girls Sports As- 
sociation, the Kentucky School Administrators, Ath- 
letic Directors and the Kentucky Higli School Coach- 
es Association met on Sunday afternoon, June 25, at 
2:00 P.M. at the Howard Johnson Motor Inn in Lex- 
ington. 

Ann Karrick, girls athletic director of Montgomery 
County, introduced Mr. Bill Nalli, executive secretary 
of the Kentucky Association of School Administrat- 
ors who discussed at length the proposed certification 
of coaches, which included attendance at medical 
meetings annually, these to be under control of the 
State Board of Education. 

The training sessions are to be financed by funds 
appropriated by tlie State Board. The training sessions 
are to consist of a two or three seminar, held in June 
and perhaps to be mandatory in 1979. For those 
coaches (all interscholastic sports) unable to attend 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1978 



the general meeting, make up sessions will be pro- 
vided. Nalli stated tliat the K.A.S.A. would probably 
provide expense money for consultants, travel, etc., 
but no meal or hotel expenses would be allowed 
coaches in attendance. 

George Kok, athletic director of Pleasure Ridge 
Park High School, spoke to the aroup regarding the 
unification of the K.G.S.A. and the K.H.S.C.A. in the 
playing of the East-West AU-Star basketball games. 
Kok talked about the newsletter— Athletic Directions, 
which replaced the Communicator. 

A committee was appointed to study the possibility 
of the Kentucky Girls Sports Association and the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association cooper- 
ating in the playing of the AU-Star basketball games 
in Louisville on June 8, 1979. Members of the com- 
mittee were Elizabeth Sadler, Judy Morris, and Jack 
Conte of the K.G.S.A. and Al Prewitt, Paul Young, 
and Joe Ohr of the K.H.S.C.A. 

Representatives of the various groups in attend- 
ance were: 

Ann Karrick Joe Judy 

Judy Morris Bob Miller 

Pam Traylor Rex Miller 

Donna Wolfe Paul Young 

Mickey T. Walker Jim Watkins 
Jack Conte Basil Miller 

Al Prewitt Joe Ohr 

George Kok Marty Donlan 

Andy Hopkins Bill Nalli 

The meeting adjourned at 5: 10 P.M. 



Executive Meeting 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 



Lexington 



July 16, 1978 



The committee appointed by the Kentucky Girls 
Sports Association and the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association met on Sunday, afternoon at 
2:30 in the board room of the Kentucky Higli School 
Athletics Association building in Lexington. 

Members present for the purpose of having the 
girls East-West All-Star basketball game and the boys 
East-West All-Star basketball game being played on 
the same night and at the same place were: Elizabeth 
Sadler, Judy Morris, Jack Conte, Mike Stewart, Paul 
Young, Joe Ohr, and Al Prewitt. 

The All-Star basketball games are scheduled for 
Freedom Hall on Friday night, June 8, with games at 
7:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. 

In the selection of teams the ballots for the boys 
and girls will be the same, however, the ballots of the 
girls will be given out at the State Tournament-the 
ballots must be returned within one week. The State 
Basketball Tournament for girls is scheduled for Rich- 
mond, Kentucky. 

Games Director Jack Conte will be given a stipend 
of $200.00 for managing the girls East-West basket- 
ball game, plus expenses while in Louisville, All team 
members of the girls East-West squads will report on 
June 2, and will be housed in the dorms at the Uni- 
versity of Louisville . Meals and mileage will be provided 
for the players, coaches, and managers. 

At the suggestion of Judy Morris, executive secre- 
tary of the K.G.S.A. it was agreed that the represent- 
ative of that organization retain their method of select- 
ing coaches, players, and officials. 

At the suggestion of former coaches of the K.H.S.C. 
A. East-West football and basketball teams and in ac- 



cordance of the policy of the K.G.S.A. that their 
coaches are not paid for coaching duties. It was agreed 
by the Executive Board that coaches for the 1979 
games would not receive the usual stipend. 

The Executive Board voted unanimously to in- 
crease the size of the football squads to 28, and the 
size of the coaching staffs were increased from two 
to three in football, (each squad) and from one to two 
in basketball. 

Paul Young, Games Coordinator, was granted the 
right to have early ticket sales in the Jefferson County 
Schools as well as in all schools with the organization 
selling tickets to retain 50c for each general admission 
ticket and $1 .00 for each reserved seat. 

The meeting adjourned at 5:20 P.M. 

May 3 0,1978 

Executive Committee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

LouisviUe, Ky. 

Gentlemen: 

At the request of Mr. Joe Ohr, I have made an exami- 
nation of the records of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association in the Union Bank and Trust Company, Irvine, 
Kentucky , covering the period April 1 , 1 9 7 7 , to April 1 ,19 78. 

Receipts and disbursements have been grouped and classi- 
fied and are shown on the attached schedule of Receipts and 
Disbursements. All receipts have been traced as deposits into 
the Bank and all disbursements have been sustantiated by 
canceled checks. 

There is one Savings Account under Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association heading, this account is for 
$10,000.00 This is shown on the schedule of Savings Ac- 
counts of the East-West All-Star Accounts. 

The bank balance of $ 1 2 ,2 8 2 .4 1 has been verified as 
being on deposit in the Union Bank and Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky as of April 1,19 7 8. 

In my opinion, this letter and the attached schedule 
properly reflect the transactions and status of this account 
tor the period shown. 

Respectfully submitted, 

attachment (1 ) Verna McKlnney - Accountant 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES 
ASSOCIATION 

Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the period April 
1, 1977 to April 1, 1978 

RECEIPTS: 

Membership Dues: $10,716.50 

Certificate of Deposit - 

Clarkson Bank 5,000.00 

Certificate of Deposit ■ 

Nelson Co. Bank 4,967.40 

Interest Income and Grants .... 1,608.23 
Kentucky Education Association. 87.50 

Total Receipts 22,379.63 

Plus: Bank Balance April 1, 1977 5,088.83 

TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BANK BALANCE 27,468.46 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

U. S. Postal Service 138.40 

Printing 203.07 

Audit Report 45.00 

Grant to All Stars Account 10,000.00 

Grant to K.H.S.A.A. 1,000.00 
Ky. Coaches & Athletics 

Directors Grant 500.00 

Expenses Executive Meetings 263.30 

Delegates Expenses N.H.S.C.A. 549.78 

Flowers 5 1.63 

Travel Expenses 38.16 

Awards and Trophies 603.71 
Membership - National Coaches 

Association 100.00 

Sec. of State ■ Filing Fee 2.00 

Joe Ohr, - Collection Fee 1,691.00 

Total Disbursements 15,186.05 

Balance on April 1, 1978 12,282.41 

Total Disbursements and Bank Balance 27,468.46 

Balance on deposit in Union Bank & Trust 

Company, Irvine, Kentucky, on April 1, 1978 $12,282.41 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1978 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES 
ASSOCIATION 

EAST-WEST ALL-STAR ACCOUNTS: 

1. First Security National Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucl<y 

ALL-STAR ACCOUNT NO. 23588-7 

Balance as of April 1, 1978 $16,989.47 

2. Central Bank and Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

All-star Account No. 5041 - Certificate 

April 1, 1978 10,000.00 

3. Citizens Union Bank and Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

All-Star Account No. 21230-8 

Balance as of April 1, 1978 8,504.21 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

I. Estill Federal Savings and Loan Association 
Irvine, Kentucky 
Balance as of April 1, 1978 10,000.00 

The above balances have been verified by telephone calls 
to the above named institutions and were on deposit as of the 
date shown. 

This report submitted this 30th day of May, 1978. 

Verna McKinney - Accountant 

May 30 , 19 78 

Executive Committee 

East-West All-Star Basketball and Football Games 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

At the request of your Treasurer, Mr. Joe Ohr, I have ex- 
amined the records of your ALL-STAR account covering the 
period April 1,19 7 7 to AprU 119 7 8. 

I have grouped and classified all receipts and disbursements 
and these are shown on the attached schedule of receipts and 
disbursements. The bank balance of $21 59 .40 has been veri- 
fied as being on deposit in the First Security National Bank 
and Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky, as of April 1 ,1978. 

You will also find attached to this report a separate sched- 
ule of Savings Accounts, showing the name of the Bank or 
Savings firm and the balance in each account. This list is self- 
explanatory and all balances were verified bv telephone. 

I believe that the attached schedules and this letter properly 
reflect the transactions and condition of this accouiit for the 
period shown. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Verna McKinney - Accountant 
attachments: (2 ) 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR GAMES - FOOTBALL AND 
BASKETBALL 
THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
COACHES ASSOCIATION 

Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the period April 
1, 1977 to April 1, 1978. 

RECEIPTS: 

Grants from K.H.S.C. A. $10,000.00 

Gate Receipts from Games 6,935.00 



Balance on April 1, 1978 2,159.40 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCE 17,177.94 

Balance on deposit in First Security National 

Bank and Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky, 

on April 1, 1978 2,159.40 



1978 APPROVED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



Total Receipts 




$16,935.00 


Plus: Bank Balance April 1, 1977 




242.94 


TOTAL CASH TO ACCOUNT FOR 




17,177.94 


DISBURSEMENTS: 




Misc. Expense - All Star Games 


723.63 




Insurance 


644.20 




Change for all Star Games 


1,500.00 




Travel Expense 


288.50 




Coaches and Trainer Salaries 


1,600.00 




Meals for All-Stars 


5,104.20 




Custodial Services 


54.31 




Uniforms and Awards 


957.93 




Housing for Players 


1,978.60 




Photographer 


101.33 




Kentucky Sales Tax 


290.40 




Bank Charge 


2.00 




Ambulance Service 


280.00 




Printing 


493.44 




Manager Salary 


1,000.00 




Total Disbursements 




15,018.54 



Ammerman, Robert P. 
Arthur, Paul E. 
Ault, Delbert 
Austin, Dwight L. 
Backert, Tony 
Baird, James H. 
Baley, Buddy F. 
Biechler, Dwight A. 
Bottles, Donald W. 
Bottoms, William E. 
Brady, Dan 
Brock, Jack W. 
Brockman, Ken E. 
Brown, Martin Jr. 
Brown, Wendell 
Burgess, Marvin 
Burgess, Oley 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Burlew, Warren 
Burns, Raymond G. Jr. 
Burrus, Lee Roy Jr. 
Burton, John B. Ill 
Butler, Denver E. 
Clayton, Terry W. 
Clements, William P. Jr. 
Cole, Robert J. Jr. 
Cox, Robert W. 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Crutcher, J. Marion 
Day, Richard W. 
Dickens, William D. 
Dossett, Mac 
Downs, Gilbert 
Dunagen, Edward A. 
Faris, Leon W. Ill 
Faust, Phillip K. 
Fraley, Charlie Lee 
Friedman, Charles M. 
Froebel, Martin C. 
Futrell, Keith M. 
Gilkerson, Pat H. 
Gilliam, Randy 
Goble, Kenneth R. Sr. 
Godbey, Tom 
Gorham, Barry W. 
Gour, Bob 
Hardin, Gary Dale 
Hatfield, Paul R. 
Heaberlin, Bob 
Head, Lon E. 
Hill, James P. 
Holtzknecht, Thomas 
Howard, James D. 
Ives, Rick 
Jeffers, Steve 
Johnson, Ned Jr. 
Johnson, Rae L. 
Jones, John B. 
Jutz, Gerald W. 
King, Daniel K. 
Kinnard, Robert F. 
Kinslow, Bill 
Kirklin, Luther 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S. 



Landers, John Frank 
Lee, Charles J. 
Lewis, Joseph C. 
Lile, Clyde?. 
Long, Scottie J. 
Looney, James O. 
Looney, John 
Luckett,Paul J. 
Lyons, Ronald G. 
McGarey,Paul E. 
McMain, James A. 
Mason, Wardy C. 
Matheney, John B. 
Medley, Frank R. 
Meiman, John R. 
Melson, Gary Bruce 
Modrell, Garry W. 
Montell, Brad 
Moody, Joel D. 
Moore, William Kelly 
Moosman, John A. 
Morgan, Chuck 
Morgan, Glenn W. 
Morris, Edward C. 
Morris, Larry E. 
MuUins, Charles E. 
Nethercutt, Bill 
Oetjen, Gregory W. 
Osting, J. Douglas 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Passafiume, Jerry 
Potts, Roy A. 
Preston, Delmas J. 
Puckett, Robert 0. 
Push, Robert B. 
Ralston, J. Darrell 
Ransdell, John D. 
Reams, Frank E. 
Ress, Gary A. 
Reynolds, Elmer G. 
Rouse, Thomas L. 
Russ, Charles E. 
Schilling, Donald L. 
Sellinger, Robert M. 
Shreve, Rodham K. Jr. 
Spratling, Obie L. 
Staton, Frank E. 
Stutler, Joe 
Thompson, Harrie G. 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Tinsley, Joe 
Turner, Charles W. 
Wells, Lewis E. 
Whalen, Billy 
White, Johns. 
Willis, Donald A. 
Wilson, James L. 
Wright, Charles J. 
Wright, John David 
Wyatt, Henry 
Young, William F. 
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REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. - 1978 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers 
are given the first is that of the home phone. 
Allen, Phillip B.. 2844 Bexley Ct., Louisville 40206, 897-9207, 

456-1110 
Ash. Lee Roy, 3929 Leiand Rd., Louisville 40207, 897-73S7, 

588-6904 
Asher, Noah Michael, 1100 Stella Dr., Apt. 138, Ashland, 

41101, 325-9892, 325-9946 
Back, Lee, Jr., 203 Field St., Cumberland, 40823, 589-4780, 

848-5431, E.xt. 26 
Branham, W. F., 3124 Dale Hollow Dr., Lexington, 40502, 

266-2891, 254-6630 
Breeden, Alan, 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville, 402 14, 363-0459 
Burgan, Curtis, 613 John St., Corbin, 40701, 523-0679 
Chattin, Ernest P., 615 17th St., Ashland, 41 10 1 . 324-2665 
Chencho, Garcia, 1748 Wyatt Pkwy., Lexington, 40505, 255- 

5165, 254-6412, Ext. 634 
Cothern, Ricky, 608 Village Drive, Franklin, 42134, 586- 

7836. 842-9311 
Couch, William J., Jr., Rt. 2, Boc 94, Danville, 40422, 236- 

4807, 236-9220 
Croley, Jerry Wayne, P. O. Box 478, Williamsburg, 40769, 

549-4367, 549-1234 
Cuarta, Jose'. 906 Kenton, Bowling Green, 42101, 782-2 501, 

842-6384 
Denham, Edward G., Rt. No. 1, Lot 190 Exec. Pk., Berea, 

40403, 886-1138, 623-5121 
Dickison, Stephen, Box 71, South Shore, 41 175, 932-4631, 

836-9222 
Downs, Joseph W., 121 Parkview, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

5123, 348-3991 
Dupin, Jackie H., P. O. Box 413, Elizabethtown, 42701, 737- 

5143, 765-7175 
Edwards. Marion E., Box 275, Sebree, 42455, 835-2298 
Estep, David G., 212 River Road, Cumberland, 40823, 589- 

5560 
Ferguson, Danny E., SPO, Asbury Seminary, Wilmore, 40390, 

858-4149 
Fortney, Robert, Jr., 2045 Alta Ave., Louisville, 40205, 

451-6882 
Foster, Dale G., Rt. 5, Box 242 A, Charleston, W. Va., 

25312, 304-965-1408, 925-4748 
Francis, Conrad L., Route 1 , Box 1 15-B, Centertown 42328, 

232-4937, 298-3261 
Frank, Joseph G., 112 6th Ave., Dayton 41074, 431-0347, 

351-5800, Ext. 72 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220, 

452-6519 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Route 1, Sturgis 42459, 333-4412, 333- 

4672 
Friedman, Charles M., 4502 Fegenbush Ln., Louisville 402 18, 

499-8861, 582-1645 
Froebel, Martin C, 5553 A Folger St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-8460, 624-765 1 
Fryrear, Bill P., 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown 40243, 245- 

0354, 452-4757 
Fuchs, Charles, 704 Fifth Ave., Dayton 41074, 581-6080 
Fulmer, James W., 620 Kugler Mill Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45236, 891-6096, 733-4300 
Furlong, William E., 3320 Grandview Ave., Louisville 40207, 

895-4755, 582-5108 
Futrell, Keith M., 4020 Rudy Martin Dr., Owensboro 42301, 

683-4336, 683-9053 
Gallaher, Jack F., 2947 Adams Ave., Ashland 41101, 325- 

2420, 324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 158 Deering Ct., Russell, 41169, 836- 

1474, 329-3633 
Gardner, James R., 1234 Centre Pkwy., Lexington 40502, 

272-8849 
Garrett, Bland H., Ill, 113 Venetian Way, Bardstown 40004, 

348-2656,348-9021 
Gastineau, Joby Alvin, 121 Todds Road No. 1 50, Lexington 

40509,272-9365,278-9384 
Gelkbke, Gilbert M., 840 Alexandria Pike, Apt. 203, Ft. 

Thomas 41075, 781-2273, 241-4240 
Gentry, Dale J., 4945 Determine Ln., Louisville 402 16, 447- 

5981, 637-7717 
Gettler, David F., 1 157 Cayviood Dr., Lexington 40504, 259- 

1871, 292-9429 
Gettler, John F., 705 Providence Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

4801, 255-0835 
Gfell, George V., 3319 Coldstream, Lexington 40502, 272- 

1349 
Gibbons, Michael L., Route 3, Box 267, Williamsburg 40769 

549-2987, 549-3883 ' ~ 

Gibson, Richard L., 539 Country Lane, Cynthiana 41031, 

234-4251, 234-4632 



Giles, Frank H., Jr., 352 A Radcliff, Lexington 40505, 293- 

1044, 252-9414 
Gilkerson, Pat H., Route 1, Box 117, Prichard,W. Va. 25555, 

486-5291, 525-7611 
Gillespie, Steve, 103 Lancaster Ct., Richmond 40475, 623- 

9132 
Gilliam, Randy, 1379 Bordeaux, Lexington 40504, 252-4581 
Givans, Michael A., 4504 Senator Ln., Louisville 40219, 

966-5591, 288-6611 
Gober, John S., 204 Morningside, Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

648-2731, 798-2728 
Goble, Kenneth R., Sr., 726 Lafayette Rd., Clarksville, Tenn., 

37040, 615-647-2969, 615-648-4343 
Godbey, Tom, 429'/2 36th St., Catlettsburg 41 129, 739-6439, 

324-2123 
Coins, David A., 1409 Forest Cir., Corbin, 40701, 528-8085, 

528-3140 
Gore, Bailey, 1603 Sunset Dr., Murray 42071, 753-8509, 

762-6285 
Gorham, Barry W., 514 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502, 

266-3978, 259-1331 
Gour, Bob, P. O. Box 1409, Bowling Green 42101, 843-9582, 

842-8175 
Graas, Oscar L., P. O. Box 91166, Louisville 40291, 491- 

5084, 968-5321 
Graham, James E., 2517 Jackson St., Ashland 41101, 324- 

8169 
Green, Donald P., 832 Brand, P. O. Box 782, Mayfield 42066, 

247-6038, 247-6445 
Greenwell, Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-8646, 893-2348 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue 41073, 261-8655, 

491-3219 
Griffin, Powell L., 924 Burning Springs Circle, Louisville 

40223, 245-8188, 426-3900 
Griggs, Cole, 3045 Dartmouth Dr., Lexington, 40503, 266- 

8953, 223-1619 
Gross, Joseph B., Box 697, Hazard 41701, 436-2661, 252- 

0109 
Gamble, Arthur R., 724 St. Matthews Circle, Taylor Mill 

41015, 581-3488, 581-3488 
Gutterman, James E., 9238 Wendell Circle, Louisville 40299, 

491-3046 
Guy, N. S.Browning Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-4684, 573- 

4707 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr., 1472 Olive St., Louisville 40210, 772- 

0493, 452-4109 
Madden, Newell, Route 1, Stanford 40484, 792-3411, 277- 

7803 
Haddix, Daniel E., 437V2 Court St., Jackson 41339, 666- 

4093 
Hagan, Michael J., 9104 Catania Dr., Louisville 40299, 499- 

1168, 964-2303 
Hall, Charles E., Route 2, Winterhawk, Danville 40422, 236- 

8811, 236-2604 
Hall, Ewing M., Route 1, McCracken PR., Versailles 40383, 

873-4822 
Hamby, Thomas Edwin. 201 Gateway Ln.. Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-9980, 885-9491 
Hamm,MicTiaelR..7309 B Gardner Hills, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

431-6945, 798-4325 
Hammock, Don L., 9404 Doral Ct., No. 9, Louisville 40220, 

491-1744, 454-4847 
Hammons, George F., Box 283, Barbourville 40906, 546- 

6449, 546-5859 
Hardin, Gary Dale, Box 536, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4436, 932-3131, Ext. 213 
Harris, David L., P. O. Box A, Bardstown 40004, 348-5733, 

348-3311 
Harris, James D., 207 N. 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5733, 348-3311 
Hatfield, James G., Route 2, Box 16 G,' Bardstown 40004, 

348-6749,543-2221 
Hatfield, Paul R, Route 5, Box 987 B - Pikeville 41501, 

432-2855,432-1156 
Hawkins, Donald H., Route 2, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3631, 

828-2125 
Hayes, David, Rt. 1, Box 369, Campbellsville, 42718, 789- 

1634, 465-8661 
Heaberlin, Bob, 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139, 

839-6915, 836-9618, Ext. 101 
Heaberlin, Williams S., Jr., 2547 Carter Ave., Ashland 41101, 

329-1584, 329-3333, Ext. 8807 
Heaberlin, William, Sr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 

41139, 836-6915, 329-72 5 3/72 51 
Head, Lon E., Box 76, Loyall 40854, 573-1814, 573-1900 
Hedge, David W., 107 Maple Hurse Dr., Jeffersonville, Ind. 

47130, 283-3962, 283-6943 
Heinze, John G., Jr., 39 South Highland Ave., Prestonsburg 

41653, 886-6025 
Helton, Leslie, 4807 Margo Ave., Louisville 40258, 448- 

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Henderson, Charles A., 406 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2402, 886-4444 
Hendon, L. J., 228 So. IS St., Murray 42071, 753-3658, 

753-2825 
Henson, Paul, 1406 Tanglewood Dr.,Corbin, 40701 , 528-2270 
Herrin, Eric H., 6 S. Highland Ave., Prestonsburg, 41653, 

886-8202, 886-3884 
Hicks, David A., P. O. Box 1215, Henderson 42420, 826- 

0645, 827-1826 
Hicks, L. Jack, 29 Avenel PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-0613, 

261-6666 
Hill, James, 2338 Carter Rd., No. 6, Owensboro 42301, 

926-1376, 684-0448 
Hillyer, Charles L., 201 Dalewood Dr., Qarksville, Tenn. 

37040, 647-7525, 798-3015 
Hoffman, Thomas A., 812 Dalewood Dr., Villa Hills41016, 

331 -8572 
Holzknecht, Thomas, 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville 40258, 

933-2774, 367-0185 
Hopson, James E., Route 1, Box 918 M, PikevUle 41501, 

631-1933,432-1461 
Horsman, Bill, 2902 South 5th St., Louisville 40208, 637- 

1201, 964-3301 
Houchens, Tom M., 505 N. Long St., London 40741, 864- 

9075, 864-2135 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall 40854, 573-4752, 573- 

4520, Ext. 251 
Hubbard, John D., 117 E. Stephen Foster, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3067, 348-6457 
Humble, Mike, 1606 Mohawk Trail, Hopkinsville, 42240, 

886-9334, 886-4431 
Hunter, Harold J., 9025 D. Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7772, 624-2541/3014 
Hunter, James, 4219 Naneen Dr., Louisville 40216, 367-1361 
Idol, Billy Joe, Sr., 124 Leafwood Rd., Middlesboro 40965, 

248-2837, 248-1371/1372 
Ishmael, Stephen A., 2605 Top Hill Rd., Louisville 40206, 

897-9509 
Ives, Rick, 1640 Sharon Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

3629, 842-5302 
Jackson, Thomas R., 308 Francis St., Richmond 40475, 623- 

5357 
Jackson, Williams C, Route 4, Box 392, Morganfield 42437, 

389-0474, 389-2419, Ext. 285 
Jacoby, Ben W., Route 1, Georgetown 40324, 863-0508, 

255-6812 
James, Harold Gene, 1507 South 3rd St., Ironton, Ohio 

45638, 614-532-6976, 614-532-3883 
Janes, Charles W. Beall St., Bardstown 40004, 348-6545, 

583-0621 
Jeffers, Steve, 103 King St., Barbourville 40906, 546-3760, 

546-5101 
Jeffries, David T., 9502 Candy Wood Ln., Louisville 40291, 

239-4498 
Jenkins, Burney,Apt.37 Scotland Woods, Georgetown 40324, 

863-3612, 863-3805 
Jennings, Helen, 714 South Main, Henderson, 42420, 827- 

1685 
Jensen, Edward A, 7707 Johnson School Rd., Louisville 

40291, 239-4574 
Johnson, Bob, 3310 Springhaven, Catlettsburg, 41129, 739- 

6272 
Johnson, Gordon M., P. O. Box 587, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6163, 886-8362 
Johnson, Harry A., 4329 Hares Ct., Paducah 42001, 443- 

1767,444-6311, Ext. 241 
Johnson, Larry J., 303 Patton Dr., Ashland 41101, 325- 

0550, 329-7313 
Johnson, Rae L., 12235 Hillside Ln., Louisville 40229, 957- 

5873 
Johnson, Reid O., 1126 Redwood Dr., Lexington 40511, 

255-9076, 259-1411 
Jones, Denver "Smokey", P. O. Box 700, Hazard 41701, 

439-1812,436-4114 
Jones, John B., Route 1, Cadiz 42211, 522-3759, 522-6641 
Jones, Paul D., 1705 Lynn Way, Louisville 40222,426-0544, 

588-6571 
Jordan, Charles M., 121 Todds Rd., Apt. 121, Lexington 

40509, 269-6810 
Kanarek, Robert S., 8847 Valley Circle Drive, Florence, 

41042, 525-6076, 525-3556 
Kammerer, Kenneth F., Route l,Box 266-B,Melbourne41059 

635-5406, 635-2911 
Keller, Terry J., 237 Ludford St., Ludlow 41016, 261-9987, 

431-9554 
Kemen, Jerry, 440 Pickett Dr., Ft. Wright 41011, 331-4272, 

369-4400 
Kersey, Andy, Barton Mill Apt., Apt. B, Corbin, 40701, 

528-7122, 528-2500 
Kinch, Marvin N., 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset 42501, 679- 

3690, 679-3423 
King, Daniel K., 102 Raintree Gardens No. 3, Louisville 

40219,491-7998 



King, Michael A., 7707 Rochelle, Louisville 40228, 968-1795, 

588-4035 
Kinnard, Robert Frank, 2349 Shandon Dr., Lexington 40505, 

299-9492, 232-471 1 
Kinslow, Bill, 600 Hedgewood Dr., Franklin 42134, 586- 

8620, 586-4451 
Kirk, Charles, P. O. Box 543, Cumberland, 40823, 589-2086, 

675-3311 
Kirk, Jerry R., Route 1, Partridge 40862, 589-2776, 633- 

4422 
Kirkland, John Drew, P. O. Box 684, 926-2488, 684-1404 
Kirklin, Luther, Sunny Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-2195, 573- 

2210 
Klusman, Carl J., Jr., 3004 Piedmont Dr., Louisville 40205, 

459-0581, 634-1531, Ext. 290 
Knight, Michael D.,4005 Delores Ave., No. 4,Shively, 40216, 

448-0974 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048, 689- 

7190, 369-4488 
Kouns, Robert H., Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

473-9812 
Kraft, H. Nellis, 5007 Carpenter Dr., Crestwood 40014, 222- 

7798, 584-4253 
Kuster, Thomas T., 2902 White Plains Road., Louisville 

40218, 491-3979, 587-3701 
Lambert, Irvin G., 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville, 40291, 239- 

4996. 459-0382 
Landers, John Frank, 222 Old Orchard Rd., ClarksvUle, Tenn. 

37040, 647-0827, 798-3320 
Lange, William E., Jr., 5515 Ken Lane, Louisville, 40258, 

935-4710, 361-0123 
Lawson, Donald T., 116 College Park Dr., Barbourville 40906, 

546-5658 
Lawson, Leland, 949 Deporres Ave., Lexington, 40505,254- 

1009, 254-8076 
Leahy, Pat, 2907 Cromarty Way, Louisville, 402 18, 491-6766, 

587-5215 
Leary, Don W., 12 Robbins Apt., Richmond, 40475, 623- 

7963-3131, Ext. 206 
Ledford, Tom, 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 431- 

4482 
Lee, Charles J., P. O. Box 57, Williamsburg, 40769, 549- 

3766, 528-5851 
Lee, Greg, Rt. 3, Box 325, Pikeville, 41501, 432-8993,432- 

1414 
Lee, William A., Box 116, Wallins Creek, 40873, 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Leland, Lonnie, 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexington 40505, 

299-5300, 299-4317 
Leneave, Robert E., 205 E. 18th St., Benton 42025, 527- 

3661, 898-2431 
Lentry, Rick, 3304 Montavesta Dr., No. E-37, Lexington, 

40502, 266-1390, 259-1331 
Lenz, James W., 2812 Pomeroy Dr., Louisville 40218, 491- 

9409 
Lenz, Thomas A., 6025 Six Mile Lane. Louisville, 40218, 

499-0038, 588-4161 
Leslie, Bennett Lee, P. O. Box 186, Prestonsburg 41653, 

874-9543 
Leslie, Jerry M., P. O. Box 292, Auxier 41602, 886-9998, 

395-5366 
Lewis, Joseph, 1245 Summitt Dr., Lexington 40502, 266-7246 
Liggett, Ernie J., 46 Home St., Newport 41071,491-8061, 

221-1234 
Lile, Clyde F., Route 6, Hopkinsville 42240, 886-5584, 886- 

2433 
Lillie, William Westly, 1707 Dundee Rd., Louisville 40205, 

(Bus.) 456-1586 
Lindon, Bob, 12 15 Higbee Mill Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2439, 436-3921 
Linkes, Clifford C, 305 1 Kirklevington Dr., Apt. 114, Lex- 

mgton 40502, 272-8722, 564-3020 
Littrell, Ken V., 249 Albany Rd., Lexington 40503, 277- 

4112, 254-6481 
Lloyd, David, 3612 Concord Dr., Erianger 41018, 341-2194, 

292-0001 
Logan, Michael, Shultz Rd., Gen. Del., So. Shore 41175, 

932-3310, 354-7551 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Long, Scottie J., Route 2, Box 264 B, Henderson 42420, 

826-5419 
Looney, James O., General Delivery, Ashcamp 41512, 754- 

9300, 754-4866 
Looney, John, Box 407, R. R. 5, Ashland 41101, 325-1038, 

836-9681, Ext. 268 
Lowe, Stanford F., P. O. Box 337, Russellville 42276, 726- 

6647 
Lowe, William H., 6803 Sebree, Apt. 13, Florence 41042, 

371-2994, 871-4500 
Luckett, Paul J., R. R. No. 4, Owensboro 42301, 229-4244, 

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Luckett, Thomas E..8H Florence Court, Owensboro 42301, 

685-1994, 685-2631 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440, 863-3805 
Lykins, James O., 2833 Campus Drive, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

331-7675, 261-2980 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Main St., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-2060, 769-5592 
Lynn, Donald, No. 8 Cottonwood PI., Dayton 41074, 441- 

1844,482-2640 
Lyons, Ronald G., 3000 Winterhaven Rd., Louisville 40220, 

491-2391, 491-2391 
McClure, Tom S., 205 Madison Ave., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9622, 348-3931 
McConnell, J. D., 140 Crestview Rd., Russell 41169, 836- 

6394, 329-7441 
McCormick, Donald H., 618 S. Green St., Henderson, 42420, 

826-6314, 826-8451 
McCormick, Don R., Rt. 2, Box 310, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

0546, 564-2611 
McClure, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington 40505, 

299-5465, 293-1812 
McCourt, Lowell A., 108 Quachita Trail, Frankfort 40601, 

695-2061, 564-7705 
McCray, Carl G., Rt. No. 1. Box 82A, Berea 40403, 986- 

9471, 232-2308 
McFadden, Jimmie, 649 Northside Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-1635, 276-2021 
McGarey, Paul E., 4826 Sherwood Dr., Ashland 41101, 325- 

0268, 329-3333 
McGinty, L. V., Jr., 3927 Primrose PI., Paducah 42001, 442- 

8080, 442-8050 
McGrath, Robert C, 3221 Tara Gale Dr., Louisville 40216, 

447-0346, 778-2773 
McKenzie, Kevin, Rt. 1, Box 20-2, Russellville, 42276, 726- 

3259, 726-2451 
McKinney, Adelle F., 2770 Lavon Court, Radcliff 40160, 

351-5299, 351-6818 
McMain, James A.. 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018, 371- 

5201, 341-8797 
McNay, James F., 3708 Canopus Ct., Louisville 40219, 966- 

8330, 282-8244 
Mang, Berry, Jr., 214 Wallace, Covington 41014, 271-9932, 

574-3200 
Manning, Conley, Rt. 2, Box 226, Rockholds 40759, 549- 

0250, 549-2463 
Marshall, Kenneth E., 202 Huff Ave., Grayson 41143, 474- 

6985 
Martin, Paul J., 1630 Griffith Ave., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

6662, 685-5536 
Mason, Wardy C, 2018 N. Limestone, Lexington 40505, 

299-9344, 232-4308 
Masterson, Gary, 5511 Rostic Way, Louisville, 40218, 968- 

6462, 778-3376 
Matheney, John B., 2903 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4590, 842-1953 
Maupin, Randall L., 3304 Montavesta Dr., Apt. No. E-37, 

Lexington 405 02, 266-1390, 259-1 33 1 . Ext. 2 1 1 1 
Mayer, Edward A., 1527 Sylvan Way, Louisville 40205, 456- 

4960, 587-8885 
Mayer. Joseph J., Jr., 7512 Cedar Hollow Dr., Louisville 

402_91, 239-0557,491-7907 
Meadors. William J., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4141, 74 5-3347 
Medley, Frank R., P. O. Box 675, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

4169, 348-9281 
Meiman, John R., 1700 Deer Park Ave., Louisville 40205, 

451-4596 
Melson, Gary Bruce, 344 East Walnut, Danville 40422, 236- 

3170, 257-2474 
Mendenhall, Paul L., 527 Laketower Dr., No. 1 19, Lexington 

40502, 269-6065 
Menshouse. Larry K., Rt. 3, Box 1, Donta Drive, Ashland 

41101, 928-9170, 329-7317 
Mercker, George E., 1017 Ky. Home Life Bldg., Louisville 

40202, 45 1-8399, 585-42 5 1 
Metzger, Donald R.. 9312 Cloverwood Land, Louisville 40291, 

239-9813,452-5516 
Meyer, Art J., 2404 Rose Lane, Covington 4101 1 , 491-5721, 

271-9986 
Meyer, Jim, 801 Meadow Lark Lane, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6328, 843-3255 
Meyer, Raymond F., 3162 Rosina Ave., Covington 41015, 

261-3272, 283-2400 
Meyer, Richard E., 454 Glenview Ct., Edgewood 41017, 331- 

9735, 431-0462 
Mick, Paul E., P. O. Box 191, Marion 42064, 965-252 1 , 965- 

3191 
Mifflin, Charlie K., 550 Iroquois Tr., Georgetown 40324, 

863-4291 
Miles, Charles M., 600 Hoover St., Ashland, 41 101, 32 5-3261, 

928-6421 



Miller, Fred Allen, 2330 Bittle Rd., Owensboro 42301 
Miller, M. L., 4213 Foreman Ln., Apt. 3, Louisville, 40219, 

966-4074, 774-7460 
Miller, Paul, 89 Thompson Ave., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331- 

1347, 542-5520 
Minta, John H., 307 Keswick Drive, Clarksville, Indiana 47130, 

283-4778, 566-2591 
Mitchell, Glen C, 2017 Lydia St., Ashland 41101, 324-3471, 

324-6106 
Modrell, Garry W., 259 Merravay Dr., Florence 41042, 525- 

6384,491-2663 
Montell, Brad, Rt. 1, Woodburn 42170, 529-5772 
Moody, Joel D., R. R. No. 1, Georgetovwi 40324, 863-2264, 

232-7444 
Moody, William R, 2032 Oleander Dr., Lexington 40504, 

277-9622, 255-5612 
Moore, Franklin "Bud", 5351 Whitmore Dr., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45238, 922-8317, 559-7246 
Moore, Phillip H., R. No. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-9340, 842-5302 
Moore, Bob, 441 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342-6942, 

793-6610 
Moore, William Kelly, 75 N. Lake Drive, Prestonsburg 41 653, 

886-3623, 886-3083 
Moosmann, John A., Rt. No. 6, Shanty Hollow Rd., Bowling 

Green 42101, 777-1222, 842-4866 
Morgan, Chuck, 348 Redding Rd., Apt. 4, Lexington 40502, 

272-6982, 232-2204 
Morgan, Glenn W., 4724 Richardson Road, Ashland 41101, 

324-3542, 329-7367 
Morgan, Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London 40741, 864-9253, 

864-5114 
Morris, Edward C, 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042, 371- 

9496, 727-2333 
Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree No. 1, Louisville 40218,459- 

1549, 587-1292 
Morris, Stephen W., 108 Vine Street, Cynthiana 41031 , 234- 

2969, 254-6412, Ext. 727 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 

351-3748, 624-4646 
Morse, Russell, 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

3748, 351-6061 
Morton, Jim L., 1110 Cheyene Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-9603, 842-7302, 842-0203 
Mullins, Bob, Rt. 2, Box 522, Paducah 42001, 442-8150, 

442-8808 
Mullins, Charles E., Schultz Road, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4277, 473-9812 
Murdach, Leslie L., 965 Honestead Trl., Henderson 42420, 

827-4133 
Murray, Thomas W., 25 Ash ton Rd., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331- 

1891, 369-4742 
Nalley, Donald M., Rt. 8, Box 410, Richmond 40475, 624- 

2249 
Nelligan, Michael L., 3112 Wayside Dr., Louisville 40216, 

776-6511, 426-1650 
Nelson, Clarence Robert. 2911 Asbury PL, Owensboro 42301, 

683-0816, 295-3451, Ext. 343 
Nethercutt. Bill, 82 Sycamore St., Huntington, W. Va., 25705, 

523-2112,429-1381 
Nickell, Duane "Red", 237 Maxfield Dr., Paducah 42001, 

444-6095, 543-7434 
Nighbert, Charles William, Rt. 4, Box 940, Williamsburg, 

40769, 549-2476, 549-2353 
Noll, John T., 22 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-4169, 

941-0300 
Noonan, Robert M., Box 319, Barbourville 40906, 523-0901, 

546-4188 
Norwood, Thomas R., 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614, 586-8242 
Oetjen, Gregory W., 1213 Corbett, Cincinnati, Ohio 45208, 

871-9109 
Omar, Max G., 908 Parkway Drive, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

3508, 926-1110 
Osborne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501, 432- 

5453, 432-1414 
Oser, Larry, 1021 Birch Dr., Lexington 40505, 2 55-1271 
Osting, J. Douglas, 106 Ruth St., Princeton 42445, 365-9772 

365-2522-9534 
Osting, James E., H, 7518 Yorktown Rd., Louisville 40214, 

368-9631, 635-5261 
Owens, Bruce E., P. O. Box 917, Harlan 40831, 573-3419, 

573-1661 
Owens, Lamarce, 308-2 Country Acres, Louisville, 40218, 

491-1447, 585-8432 
Owens, Paul E., 1108 E. 5th Ave., Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 

235- 6741, 235-2323 
Owens, Pete B., 3470 Winthrop Rd., Lexington 40503,278- 

0016, 232-2786 
Pace, Donald, 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington 40511, 293- 

0181, 252-5669 
Page, James N., P. O. Box 434, Corbin 40701, 528-8263 
Paiko, Edward T., R.l, Frankfort 40601, 223-8833,873-4541 



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Parker, Bob L., 8602 Honor Ave., Louisville 40319, 969- 

9090, 587-5276 
Passafiume, Jerry, 4425 Rockwood Dr., Louisville 40220, 

458-8861, 589-5794 
Passafiume, John J., 7716 St. Bernard Court, Louisville 

40291, 239-4373, 454-0466 
Pate, Lloyd W., 608 Ronnie Road, Madison, Tenn. 37115, 

868-3751, 868-2910 
Patterson. William C, 109 Carlisle Ave., Greensburg 42743, 

932-4738, 932-4263 
Pax ton, Gary R., 2810 Newtown Pk., Lexington 40511,252- 

0570, 233-1548 
Peeno, Harry R., 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright 41011, 331- 

1981 
Perrin, James A., 314 E. 16th, Hopkinsville 42240, 886-0474, 

886-4463 
Peterson, Bill S., P. O. Box 667, Bardstown 40004, 348-9696, 

348-9224 
Pie'trowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701, 523-0272, 

528-1630 
Pinckney, Thomas A., 5472-A Kelley St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2256, 624-2424, 624-2720 
Pinkerman, Charles C, 3500 Hickory St., Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6645 
Pinson, Eugene, Rt. 4, Box 475, Ashland 41101, 928-6228, 

324-3101 
Pinson, Paul L., 2247 Home Street. Ashland 41101. 324- 

7762. 928-6441. Ext. 476 
Pitstick, Jeffrey L., 2206 Pinewood Dr., Jeffersonville, Indi- 
ana 47130. 288-8325 
Pittman. Spencer, 8 Lakeview Dr., Winchester 40391, 744- 

8508, 744-4525 
Ponchot, Joseph C. 3387 Appletree Ln.. Erlanger 41018, 

342-6932. 342-6400 
Poole, Glenn, 317 Ridgewood Dr., Versailles 40383. 873- 

5124. 272-8626 
Potts. Roy A., 1847 San Jose, Louisville 40217, 447-7088, 

776-4651. Ext. 260 
Powers, Elmer, 1917 N. Main, Barbourville 40906, 546-6613, 

864-2271 
Powless, Steven A., 2967 Harrison, Apt. 4. Paducah. 42001, 

444-7118.442-2370 , ,,, 

Preston, Delmas J., 2603 Butler St., Ashland 41101, 325- 

4839. 329-5044 
Puckett, Robert O.. 130 Parkside Circle. Vine Grove 41075. 

877-5362. 624-843.2 
Pugh, Robert B.. c/o State Farm Ins.. 845 Lane Allen PL, 

Suite 17. Lexington 40504. 278-0059, 276-4421 
Purcell, J. Kenneth, 1308 Diuguid Road, Murray. 42071, 

753-8233, 762-4459 
Purcell, Michael R., 2689 Anbeth Ct., Lakeside Park 41017, 

341-4549. 961-6254 
Purwin, John C. Rt. 3. Glen Lily Rd.. Bowling Green42 101, 

842-8540. 842-7302 
Quehl. Harry "Bud", P. O. Box 309, Princeton 42445, 365-' 

2238, 365-7207 
Rains. Everett Paul. Rt. 4, Box 922, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-0240, 549-0100 
Ralston, J. Darrell, 107 Madison Ave., Bardstovm 40004, 

348-9652, 583-4471 
Randall, LeRoy, Rt. 1, Box 231 A, Alexandria 41001, 635- 

7448. 635-4161 
Ransdell, John D., 130 Rolling Hills. Danville 40422. 236- 

9355, 236-2113 
Rapp. C. William. 1836 Woodland Drive, Ironton, Ohio 

45638, 532-1983, 532-7245 
Rascoe, Robert B., 523 Sumpter Ave.. Bowling Green 42101, 

842-2360, 745-4897 
Rawdon, Richard M., Jr., Box 631, Georgetown 40324. 535- 

6198. 863-5400 
Read, Frederick K. 1338 Greenup St.. Covington 41011. 

431-5197 
Reams. Frank E.. Harned 40144, 756-5169. 547-4491 
Reece. Jerry Tye, 2808 Seattle Drive, Lexington 40503, 

276-2409, 272-2486 
Ress, Gary A., 5810 Shelby St., Louisville 40291, 239-0976 
Reynolds, Elmer G., P. O. Box 421, Loyall 40854, 573-1828, 

573-1900 
Riffe, Gary L., Rt. 5, Box 571, Ashland 41101, 928-8813, 

739-4166, Ext. 8857 
Riggs, C. Dennis, 3131 Sudbury Ln.. Louisville 40220, 491- 

0778, 452-8341 

Riley, Jeffrey L., 216 Rosewood Dr., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

3114 
Riley, Michael S., Route 1, Mayfield, 42066. 382-2753, 247- 

6730 
Ring, Bill, 481 Rookwood Pkwy., Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089, 255-8492 
Roark. Jimmy W., P. O. Box No. 1 14, Pathfork 40863, 664- 

2883, 664-3444 
Roberts, James E., 1019 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4739, 769-5950 



Roberts, Thomas L., Jr., 2121 Baringer Ave., Louisville 

40204, 458-2949, 582-2547 
Robinson, Larry M., P. Q Box 6. Paintsville 41240. 789- 

1733. 789-1440. Ext. 247 
Roby. James B.. 2206 Elmcrest Dr., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

6264, 348-9030 
Rose, Robert L., 2 308 Meadowbrook Cir., Shepherdsville 

40165, 543-4562. 778-4421 
Rosen, William H., Box 2197, Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 

237-1092, 235-1995 
Rouse, Donald J.. Jr.. 1530 W. 4th Ave., Williamson, W. Va. 

25661, 235-7000, 235-9974 
Rouse, Tom. 520 Erlanger Rd.. Erlanger 41018. 727-3943 
Runyon. Tommy D.. Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-4935, 

353-7239 
Russ, Charles E., 2413 Mt. Claire, Louisville 40217, 637-4158, 

587-7421 
Russell. Allen R.. 124 Berea Blvd., Raceland 41169, 836- 

5956, 739-4166, Ext. 8857 
Russell, Gary E., 2113 Gregory Dr., Henderson 42420, 827- 

2437 
Sallee. Danny. 584 Storey Ave.. Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-9377, 

734-771 1, Ext.. 274 
Salsbury, Donald M, 2437 Ontario St., Flatwoods 41139 
Satterly, Grant G., Rt. 1, Box 205, Eminence 40019, 845- 

4930. 845-5639 
Sawyer, David M., 420 Holiday Rd., Lexington 40502,266- 

8958, 254-0386 
Saylors, Carlee, 1700 Main, Murray 42071, 753-7979, 924- 

5602 
Schilling, Donald L., 246 N. 38th St., Paducah 42001, 444- 

6716, 442-2370 
Schmitt, Paul E., 2202 DeMel Avenue, Louisville 40214, 361- 

321 1, 778-2773 
Schultz, Frank D., 206 W. Beall, Bardstown 40004, 348-5137, 

964-5911 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
Sellinger, Robert M., 14111 Tree Crest Court, Louisville 

40223, 245-5666. 426-1650 
Selvy. Curt, 103 Steele. Corbin 40701. 528-4677 
Sesher. James T., 7091 Manderlay Dr., Florence 41042, 371- 

8128 
Shackelford, Earl, 3367 Fir Tree Land, Erlanger 41018, 342- 

7740,431-1305 
Shelley, Hugh R., 3521 Oscar Ave., Rt. No. 2, Paducah 42001, 

442-6489, 444-631 1. Ext. 407 
Shelton. James S., 812 So. 2nd St.. Mayfield 42066, 247- 

9963, 247-1431 
Sherman, Inman J.. Jr.. Rt. Box 688, London 40741, 864- 

6518, 864-2207 
Short, Bill L., 2701 Monroe St., Ashland 41101, 324-8656 
Shreve, Rodham K., Jr., 2808 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington 

40502, 272-6758, 252-6612, Ext. 8885 
Shreve, Tim. 2700 Hurstbourne Lane. Louisville 40220, 499- 

8219, 452-4609 
Simms, Clarence E., 610 Linden Ave., Newport 41071, 581- 

3026, 243-3104 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore 41 175, 932-3613, 

932-3131 
Simpson, Michael E., 100 Cherry Ave., Bowling Green, 42 101. 

781-7229 
Sizemore. Aster, 201 Sun Valley Terrace, Hazard 41701, 

436-3402, 436-2107 
Skaggs, Ronnie, 3511 Burrell Dr., Louisville, 40216, 447- 

8926, 448-5239 
Sligh, Jim E., Rl. 7, Box 152, Ashland 41101, 928-5859, 

739-5111 
Small. David E., 600 Arbor Dr., Anchorage 40223, 245-7954, 

893-0262 
Smith, Donald R., Box 237 Kirwan Tower, University of Ky.. 

Lexington 40506, 257-2100 
Smith. Joseph E.. 2434 Jefferson St., Paducah 42001, 443- 

4370, 444-7297 
Smith, Michael M..712 DeRoode St.. Lexington, 40508. 873- 

3633. 255-0096 
Smith, Ronald A, 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688, 255-5661, Ext. 279 
Sohan, John P., 2017 Peabody Ln., No. 14, Louisville 40218, 

454-5046, 587-3271 
South, Stanley P., 57 Burton Court, Winchester 40391 , 744- 

0357, 744-4812 
Spath, William J., 302 Cambridge St. Rd., Louisville 40223, 

245-1701, 584-5209 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy ., Radcliff 40160, 

351-9482, 624-3165 
Staley, Jerry. 1117 Inoa Trail, Georgetown 40324.863-3440 
Starnas. Donald Scott, 1103 Liberty St., Newport 41071, 

291-6644 
Staton, Frank E., 417 Fairview, Dayton 41074, 261-8718, 

761-3458 
Stayton, Jeffrey, 508 E. 21st, Covington 41014, 261-6793 
Stephenson, Harry S., 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington 

40505, 299-1757, 233-8221 



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Stettenbenz. Lawrence, 5801 Brandywvne Ct., Louisville 

40291, 239-1468, 491-4120 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School Street, Leitchfield 427 54 

259-3885, 259-3161 
Stovall, Kenneth J., 214 Sage Rd., Louisville 40207, 896- 

6237, 581-5987 
Strader, Timothy V., 1743 Nervie St., Ashland 41101, 324 

8046. 325-9911. Ext. 270 
Strain, Andrew J., Rt. 2, Pinwood Drive, Radcliff 40160 

351-8389, 624-7713 
Strain, Richard P., Rt. No. 2, Pinwood Dr., Radcliff 40160 

351-4306, 624-2214 
Straus, William W., 121 Todds Rd., No. 47, Lexington 40509 

269-4787 
Streible, Ronnie, Rt. 5, Hillcrest Man., E-town 42701, 737 

5540, 769-2371, Ext. 248 
Streigher, Richard A., 3249 Ellis Way, Louisville 40220, 458 

5254, 584-7156 
Stuber, Charles, E., R. R. No. 1, Box 706, London 40741 

864-9219. 864-5156 
Stuedle, Raymond J., 1404 Ginard Dr., Louisville 40222 

425-3679. 893-3852 
Stumbo, Jack, 290 Leawood Dr., Frankfort 40601, 227-95 12 

8'73-3241 
Stutler, Joe, 812 W. Galbraith Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 4523 

521-1 126, 521-1 126 
Sutton, James A., 2111 Sutton Dr., Henderson 42420, 826 

6840 
Swart, J. D., 7985 B Binter Ct., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-6760 

624-1334 
Swarts, Joseph C, 135 Lane St., Coal Grove, Ohio 4S638 

532-9349 
Swarts, Michael J., 135 Lane Street, Coal Grove, Ohio 45638 

532-9349, 532-9145 
Sweckard, Paul D., 306-Par Lane, Elizabethtown 42701, 737 

2299, 624-3636 
Swinford, John, 106 S. Elmarch Ave., Cynthiana 41031 

234-2562, 234-5820 
Swope, James R., 500 Van Voast Ave., Belevue 41073, 581 

4300, 271-8850 
Sword, Russ D., 601 Lovern St., Hazard 41701, 439-2263 

439-1331 
Tandy, Samuel, 3307 Bobwhite Ave., Owensboro, 42301 

685-3833. 684-0448 
Tate, Ken, 280 Boiling Springs Dr., Lexington 40508, 254 

0200, 255-0835, Ext. 210 
Taylor, James R., Rt. 2, Box 192, Ashland 41101, 928-5792 

325-8426 
Tharpe, Willie H.. 2605 Oregon Ave., Louisville 40210, 776 

3480, 778-6631, Ext. 357 
Thomas, Lynton H., Rt. 3, Box 176, Calvert City 42029 

395-4035, 395-7121 
Thomas, Milton D., 556 20th Street, Dunbar, W. Va. 25064 

768-7134, 346-9461 
Thomas, Paul R.. 706 Gartrall Ct., Ashland 41101, 324-9603 

739-4166, Ext. 8206 
Thomas, Raymond E., Route 1, Box 505A, Central City 

42330, 654-5890, 338-5460, Ext. 45 
Thomas, Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Ave., Franklin 42134, 

586-6297. 586-3261 
Thompson, Harrie G., 1673 N. Cleveland Rd., Lexington 

4051 1, 266-2819, 278-3478 
Thompson, Jeff. 3841 Sundart Dr., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

8840, 278-2315 
Thompson, Tom D.. 97 Carran Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341- 

1809, 292-4034 
Thompson, Victor Neil, 3211 Perimeter Dr., Erianger 41018, 

341-1556, 579-9100 
Thomson, Cecil W, 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4962, 926-3200, Ext. 263 
Timberlake, Stanley R., 3460 Douglas St., Ashland, 41101, 

325-5102, 739-4166, Ext. 8292 
Timmering, George E., 4109 Manner Gate Dr., Louisville 

491-7705, 897-9441 
Tinsley, Joe, 2344 Russellville Rd., Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5698 
Tipton, Ronald E., 3021 Stanford Drive, Lexington 40503, 

272-1403, 266-3515 
Towe, Paul F., 611 Lake Knoll Court, Erianger 41018, 341- 

7895, 751-1334 
Traube, David, 1 14 Maplewood Place, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

3436. 651-3926 
Trapfi, Charles W., 34 Trapp Ct., Alexandria 41001, 635- 

9250, 491-1111 
Treas, Joe W., P. O. Box No. 653, Fulton 42041, 472-1604, 

472-1836 
Treibly, Charles E., 2107 Starmont Rd., Louisville 40207, 

893-5855, 426-2412 
Tucker, Charles N., 404 lx>cust St., Vine Grove 40175, 

877-2450, 624-8230 
Tuitele, Matthew V., 203 Millbrooke Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-8371, 886-6683 



Turley, A. Howard, 7316 Wesboro Road, Louisville 40222, 

774-1637 
Turner. Charles W., 700 Iroquois Trail, Danville 40422, 236- 

6983 
Turner, Paul Alan, 700 Iroquois Road, Danville 40422, 236- 

6983 
Turner, Paul Eric, 813 Park St., Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

2 804 
Tye, Josh, 22 5 College St., Barbourville 40906, 546-3745, 

546-3121 
Tyson, Daniel A., Jr., 4719 A Prichard PI., Ft. Knox 40121, 

942-3586, 624-311 1 
Urlange, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
VanBoggert, Steve, 6306 Sherlock Way, Louisville 40228, 

239-4224 
Vandermale, John, 1814 Versailles Rd., Apt. D5, Lexington 

40504, 254-2975, 277-3977 
Vaughn, Jim W., Box 1914, 2825 Lexington Rd., Louisville 

40206.987-4175 
Vaughn, William E., Jr., 3016 Winding Trails Dr., Edgewood 

41017, 331-0823, 283-3451 
Vest, David G., 201 W. Second St., Lexington 40507, 255- 

3220, 253-3486 
Wade, Bill, Rt. 5, Morganfield 42437, 389-1061, 389-2419, 

Ext. 241 
Wade, Charles O., 453A 8th Ave., Ft. Knox 40121,624-7193, 

624-6525 
Waide, Harry D., 5 58 S. Seminary, Madisonville 42431, 821- 

1139-821-3870 
Waldrop, Harold D., 7516-A Montpelier, Ft. Knox 40121, 

642-6083, 624-1319 
Waldrop, James R., 7516-A Montpelier St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6083 
Walker, Ernest, Apt. 432 D, Liberty St., Hazard 41701, 436- 

2840, 436-2107 
Walker, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar, Franklin 42134, 586-8457, 

586-3331 
Wallace, Kevin, Route 7, Box 82, Bowling Green, 42101, 

563-4756 
Waller, Bobbie £., 309 Strathmore, Lexington 40505, 299- 

6123 
Walton, Charles S., Lot 70, Greenwood Est., Rt. 9, Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-5264, 842-4587 
Wanchic, Nicholas, 101 Southview Dr., Nicholasville 40356, 

885-6627, 266-7801 
Ward, Tom A., 1401 Clagett Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

3122, 781-1091 
Warmack, James T., Jr., Rt. 1, Box 5B, Almo, 42020, 753- 

0069, 642-3511, Ext. 222 
Warren, Bige R., Box 29, Barbourville 40906, 542-4320, 

546-5189 
Washer, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville 40212, 776- 

6416, 969-2377 
Watson, James W., 133 Versailles, Cincinnati 45240, 742- 

0810, 841-6656 
Weber, Thomas C, 5809 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-5066, 426-6020 
Wedge, Paul Denny, Jr., 1531 Cabell Dr., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-6732, 781-1067 
Welch, Henry C, 301 Maxwell St., Stanford 40484, 365- 

3975, 365-9694 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Ct., Erianger 41018, 727-2481, 

292-5340 
Wells, Lewis E., B-3, Mt. Victor Apt., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-2197, 842-0186 
Welton, Donald L., COD 1st Bn. Sch. BIdg.,Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-4028, 624-4325 
Westhoff, Greg J., 56 Cayton Rd., Florence 41042, 283- 

2542, 241-5511 
Wetzel, Ralph M., Rt. 1, Box 28A-1, Livermore 42352, 278- 

2708, 800-462-2365 
Whalen, Billy, 2084 St. Teresa Dr., Lexington 40502, 269- 

4580. 259-1411, Ext. 320 
Wheatley, William, Route IB, Springfield 40069, 336-9918, 

692-6622 
Whelan, James F., 1827, Cecelia Ct., Owensboro 42301, 

683-0744, 926-8686 
White, John S., 2512 Monroe St., Ashland 41101, 325-7032, 

325-2090 
White, Russell D., Rt. No. 3, Box 323, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 

532-8648, 329-7532 
Whitt, Pierce E., 412 Slater St., Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 

235-7549, 235-3690 
Wilbert, Donald, 4420, Santa Paula, Louisville 40219, 969- 

8733,448-2761, Ext. 340 
Wilder, Jerry R., 2042 Tulip Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

3569, 745-2691 
Williams, James H., P. O. Box 722, 529 Hilda Dr., Gallipolls, 

Ohio 45631, 446-4855, 446-4772 
Willis, Donald A., P. O. Box 421, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 
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Wilson, James L., 381 9 Greenwich Way, Louisville 40218, 

491-4683, 426-2000, Ext. 581 
Wilson, Nellus R, 9806 Somerford Rd., Louisville 40222, 

423-0850,423-2332 
Winfrey, Wm. Steven, 743 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 7815507, 781-6400 
Wood, Furman B., 4976 So. Elk River Rd., Elk View, W. Va 

25071, 965-5471, 965-6550 
Wozencraft, Thomas D., 926 S. Woodland Radcliff 40160 

35J-9389, 624-7551 
Wray, Robert F., 3190 Burnham Ct., Lexington 40503, 278 

2886 
Wright, Charles J., 307 Stable Ln., Rt. 7, Frankfort 40601 

223-8185, 564-7074 
Wright, Howard L.. 309 Forest Ave., Erianger 41018, 342 

7396 
Wright, James Lloyd, Rt. No. 1, Oxford Rd., Georgetown 

40324, 863-3628, 232-7688 
Wright, John David, 99 Chelan Dr., Lexington 40503, 277- 

6732, 254-0505 
Wuertz, John R., 9805 Renown Ct., Louisville 40299, 267- 

8565, 491-4310, Ext. 313 
Wulfeck, James A., 78 Thompson Ave., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 

331-5878. 631-3600 ^ „ „„^ 

Wyatt, Henry, Rt. 4, Box 141, Paris 40361, 987-6420, 987- 

6779 
Yancy, Henry L., 9048 E Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6260, 624-3341 
Yates, George A., 420 Sandalwood Dr., Lexington 40505, 

293-1033, 564-3020 
Young, William F., 3348 Fir Tree Ln., Erianger 41018, 342- 

8957, 261-2108 
Zimmer. Tom, 114 Summit Drive, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341- 

4566, 431-4272 
Zogg, joe F., 2002 Lydia Dr.. Owensboro 42301, 683-0152 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
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If the telephone number is given for an official, it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two num 
bers are given, the first number is the home phone. 
Acton, Claude J., Rt. 3, Box 1748, Somerset, 42501, 379- 

6479, 379-2360 
Adams, Richard Wayne, Rt. 3, Box 210, Whitesburg, 41858 

633-2311, 855-7317 
Adkins, Madison L., 200 Wesford Dr., Winchester, 40391 

744-8783, 744-6000 
Alexander, Howard S., R. R. No. 2, Box 49A, Crittenden 

41030,428-1230 
Allen, Brent, Box 144, East Point, 41612, 789-1296, 886 

2354 
Allgood, Russell L., Rt. 3, Elizabethtown, 42701, 862-3707 

^65-5459 
Anders, Raleigh A., Route 4, Box 372 C, Keavv, 40737, 864 

4060,528-3912 
Anderson, Edward L., P. O. Box 501, Leitchfield, 42754 

259-4458, 259-4256 
Anderson, Ralph Jr.. Rt. 7, Box 144, Bowling Green, 42101 

563-4123, 563-2911 
Arnold, James Robert, 7782 Stillwell Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45237, 761-2034, 561-4225. 
Asher, Jacob, 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington, 40502, 278 

6703 
Ashlock, Robert L., Rt. No. 2, Methodist St., Cecilia, 42724 

862-3558. 769-1334 
Askins, Ray, R. R. No. 3, Box 72, Philpot, 42366, 729-4320 
Azevedo, Vernon, 3191 Dewey Drive, Lexington. 40502 

269-6403, 254-4475 
Backert, Tony. 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville, 40218, 451 

5505, 896-9193 
Bailes, Roger D., 127 East Woodlawn Ave., Louisville, 40214 

368-2278 
Bailey, Harrison, Rt. 1, Box 236. Whitesburg, 41858, 633 

0608, 633-0144 
Bailey, Jimmy, 358 Coombs Ave., Bowling Green, 42101 

781-7821,842-5302 
Bain, Stanley T., 1102 Nancylee Drive, Louisville, 40213 

366-0248, 587-1292 
Baird, Deborah A., 320 Somerset St., Stanford, 40484, 365 

2409 236-3150 
Baker, Glenn David, 131 Asbury Drive, Wilmore, 40390 

858-4149 
Baker, William A., 5640 A Folger St., Fort Knox, 40121 

624-5565, 624-7146 
Baldwin, Dennis E.. 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station, 40272 

935-0667, 361-1264 
Ball, Charles Philip, P. O. Box 991, Middlesboro, 40965 

248-4806, 248-2125 
Barnes, Barry L., Rockport, 42369, 274-3028 
Barnes, Conrad, Box 202, Rockport, 42369, 274-9362 
Barrett, William C, 711 Bluegrass, Frankfort, 40601, 223 

8806, 564-3540 
Bartley, Joseph R., Box 134, Muldraugh, 40155, 942-6323 

624-4137 
Easier, Mel, 857 Malabu Dr., No. 94, Lexington, 40502, 269 

5576, 253-0531 



Bates, J. R., Box 1056, Whitesburg, 41858, 633-7227 
Baumann. Michael G., 103 Center St., Wilder, 41071, 431- 

7034 
Baxter, William H., 113 Wedgewood, Glasgow, 42141, 651- 

3300, 651-8859 
Beard, Dusty Lewisport, 42351, 295-3842, 927-6961 
Beck, Robert E., 7530 Merhyn Circle, Louisville, 40214, 

368-1965 
Beckner, Gene, Box 32, Monchester, 40962, 864-9102, 598- 

2161 
Behymer, Richard R.. R. R. No. 2, Brooksville, 41004, 735- 

3166, 948-9111, Ext. 305 
Belcher, William Otis, Box 99, Evarts, 40849, 837-2607, 837- 

2502 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville, 402 18, 

491-2846, 582-5573 
Bell, Gregory, Rt. 3, Box 3C, Hardy, 41531, 353-4730, 353- 

7241 
Bell, Ronald Keith, 25 10 Gardner Lane, Louisville, 40205, 

459-2716, 893-2577 
Berger, Dick, liR Yancey Dr., Lakeside Park 41017, 331- 

5373, 431-123S 

Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Drive, Clarksville, 37040, 552- 

1507, 798-4215 
Bertrand, Earl F., 554 Accrusia Ave., Clarksville, 47130, 283- 

8721, 459-5252 
Beshears, James T.. 411 E. Hall, Dawson Springs, 42408, 

797-8809, 821-5474 
Bevars, Ronnie, 171 N. Lorraine St., Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

5895, 351-3167 
Bevins, Wally I., Box 205, Forest Hills, 41527, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bishop, Paul D., 106 Wallace Ave., Covington 41014, 261- 

0656, 292-5317 
Biter, Charles D. Sr., 6602 Moorhaven Dr., Louisville, 40228, 

239-3580,452-4676 
Blair, Jeff, P. O. Box 224, Hindman, 41822, 785-5844, 785- 

3133 
Blanford, Margaret J., 5110 Hurstbourne La., Louisville, 

40291, 491-5268, 367-5281 
BIythe, John Wesley, 1005 So.. 14th St., Mayfield, 42066, 

247-8352, 247-2574 
Bohanon, Alan K., 106 Ridgecrest. Campbellsville, 42718, 

465-5400, 465-2877 
Boisture, Roy W.. Route No. 2, Fredonia, 42411, 545-3497, 

545-3301 
Bonar, John A., 8 Central Avenue, Walton, 41094, 485-4084, 

485-4495 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Drive, Crestview, 41076, 441- 

0723 
Boucher, Larry G., Jr., 206 Pin Oak Place, Frankfort, 40601, 

227-9976, 564-4550 
Bowland, Bob, 674 West Jefferson St., Paducah, 42001 , 442- 

0918, 524-4315 
Boyd, Billy C, 237 Creekview Dr., Paris, 40361, 987-2411, 

269-2336 
Bradley, Phillip D., 1530 Quincy Street, Louisville, 40206, 

584-3874, 589-6250 
Branham. Donald R., 211 Holiday Rd., Winchester, 40391 , 

744-1156. 744-6412 
Branham, George, 2708 Lorraine St., Ashland, 41101, 325- 

3690, 329-7253 
Brantley, Delmer L.,3513 A Sarah Ln., Bowling Green, 42101. 

781-4107, 843-3212 
Bray, Richard L., P. O. Box 62, Mt. Vernon, 40456, 256- 

5374, 256-5141 

Brennenstuhl, Jim, P. O. Box 101, Pleasant View, 40769, 

549-3241, 549-2463 
Brennenstuhl, Phil, 803 Main St., Williamsburg, 40769, 549- 

1515, 549-2463 
Brewer, Charles A., 4407 Billy Bone Ct., Louisville, 40229, 

964-9741 
Brewer, Jerry, Box 8, Bonnyman, 41719, 436-6200, 436- 

3155 
Brock, Jack W., Rt. 7, Clay's Ferry Estates, Richmond, 40475, 

623-5158, 259-3456 
Brock, John D., Rt. 1, Box 262B, Pineville, 40977, 337- 

3368, 377-2329 
Brockman, Gerald K., 1015 Sir Lancelot Ln., Louisville, 

40222, 425-6133, 566-4437 
Brody, Theresa Ann, Box 164, Wheelwright, 41669, 452- 

2417, 452-2364 
Brothers, Dorothy, 5350Westhall Avenue, Louisville, 40214, 

368-5607, 584-8269 
Browder. Homer L., 405 Fair Street, Henderson, 42420, 826- 

2123, 827-1515 
own, Barrv 

252-4902 
Brown, Ronnie E., Box 6-A-l, R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon, 40456, 

256-2447 
Brown, Stevan J., 10 Skyline Dr., Crestview, 41076, 781- 

4674, 825-4604 
Brown, Wendell, Rt. 6, Box 682, London, 40741, 864-2372, 

878-9700 
Browning, John T., Route 2, Box 598, Ashland, 41101, 928- 

5727, 928-9144 
Browning, D. Wayne, 7080 Fowler Dr., Madisonville, 42431, 

821-5958, 821-3033 
Bryant, Jimmy W., 4916 Determine Ln., Louisville, 40216, 

448-4153, 363-2332 
Burkeen, Phillip C, 659-Wakefield, Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-4182, 842-7966 
Buerger, Timothy W., 406 Caldwell Dr., Elsmere, 41018, 342- 

6831 
Bugg, James M., 1028 Trail Dr., Henderson, 42420, 827- 

3332, 533-6996 
Burch, Bill W., 2128 Mantz St., Ashland, 41101, 324-8397, 

324-9771 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1978 



Burchett, Wendell, Box 242, Albany, 42602, 387-6643, 387 

6461 
Burkart, Robert L., 507 Bunker Ct., Ft. Wright, 41011, 341 

4035. 341-0400 
Burton, Billy J., Mulberry Circle, P. O. Box 217, Eddyville, 

42038, 388-9980, 965-3308 
Bush, Karmen B., 5814 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville, 40291 

239-5627, 267-7486 
Bushey, Kathy, Rt. 3, Box 13, Barbourville, 40906, 546-4472 
Bussell, Floyd W., 406 2nd St., Carlisle, 40311, 289-2965 

234-3306 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Melly, 41234, 789-4218, 789 

4890 
Butner, Billy M.. R. No. 1, Lancaster, 40444, 792-3503 

379-6411 
Byars, Don, 1928 Cottonwood Dr., Lexington, 40503, 277 

2215, 258- 8892 
Call. Barbara J., 215 Bassett Ave., Lexington, 40502, 266 

8558, 258-2655 
Cambron, John Lane, 4 Congress Drive, Morganfield, 42437 

389-3087, 822-4294 
Campbell, Dexter, Ulvah, 41856, 633-541 1, 633-9881 
Cantrell, Elizabeth, 1022 E. Collins, Flatwoods, 41 139, 836 

6647, 324-2136 
Carlton, Robert W., 506 So. Railroad St., Earlington, 42410 

383-3651 
Carpenter, Jasper, 208 Whitfield, Lexington, 40503, 272 

5166, 564-7800, Ext. No. 426 
Carpenter, Walter J. Jr., R. R. No. 3, Box 202, Owingsville 

40360, 674-2574, 498-1015 
Carter, J. Michael, 402 Hillside Dr., Mayfield, 42066, 247 

8937, 247-3272 
Casey, Ancie L.. Box 192, Freeburn, 41528, 456-8123 
Cash, Charles C, Route No. 3, Box 18, Calvert City, 42029 

395-4709, 395-4165. Ext. 217 
Cash, Harold Lee, 4502 Norwood Dr., Science Hill, 42553 

423-2851 
Castle, Banner, Box 75^ Lovely, 41231, 395-6359, 395-5378 
Gates. Bill, Box 12A, Rt. No. 1, Dixon, 42409, 639-5684 

426-4475 
Caudill, Lewis David, Webb Lane, Prestonsburg, 41653, 886 

6596,432-3161 
Cessna, Clayborn Jr., P. O. Box 664, Central City, 42330 

754-5304, 754-2230 
Chaffin, John B.. 450 Rhea Blvd., Russellville, 42276, 726 

8836, 726-6434 
Chasteen, Rick, 301 Highland Ave.. Cynthiana, 41031, 234 

6569, 234-6664 
Click, Edgle (Bide), Box 783, Martin, 41649, 285-3532, 285 

3295 
Cochran, Ray D., Wittensville, 41274 297-3135 
Colacello, Robert A., 201 Patchen Dr., No. 55, Lexington 

40502. 266-1234, 255-3335 
Cole, Terry D., Route No. 2, Auburn, 42206, 542-4378, 726 

9513 
Collier, Doug, 1067 N. Tolliver Rd., Morehead, 40351, 784 

6883, 783-2149 
Colley, Lvnn W., 411 E. 23rd St., Hopkinsville, 42240, 

885-9538, 886-4463 
Collier, Burnard, P. O. Box 38, Sirdley, 41 564, 353-4111 

353-7239 
Collins, Hubert, U.S. 23, Wittensville, 41274, 297-3152, 297 

3361 
Collins, Ron, 2590 Buttermilk, Villa Hills, 41016, 341-0578 

431-9964 
Compton, Adolphus H., 9807 Lancewood Rd.. Louisville 

40229, 969-2577 , 

Conder, Joseph B., 4210 Hillvlew Apt. No. 215, Louisville 

40216, 448-2128, 366-1454 
Conley, Joseph D., 2436 Roosevelt Ave.. Ashland, 41101 

324-6042 
Cook, Preston, 219 Jan St., Campbellsville, 42718, 465-6426 

465-8389 
Cooper, Chuck, 355 Lancelot Lane, Lexington, 40503, 272 

6792 
Coppaee, Hugh, R. No. 3, Hartford, 42347, 298-3960, 2 98- 

Cornelison, Michael R., P. O. Box 7, Berea, 40403, 986-9568, 

254-1429 
Crager, Bobby F., 1703 Mary Ellen Dr., Flatwoods, 41139, 

836-6069, 836-8186 
Craig. Ronald, R. R. No. 2, Versailles, 40383, 873-5286, 

564-4896 
Cravens, Robert L., 7603 Randy Ct., Louisville, 40258, 935- 

0203, 366-1060 
Creekmore, Milford Burl, P. O. Box 368, Pine Knot, 42635, 

354-2846. 354-2171 
Crick. Marvin Dwaine, P. O. Box 373, Nortonville, 42442, 

676-8397 
Crisp, Jackie Day, Box 1 13, Allen, 41601, 874-2219 
Croft, Frank M. Jr., 1201 Abbeywood Rd., Louisville, 40222, 

425-5593, 588-6276 
Cross, Roger. Box 41. Muldraugh. 40155. 942-3826. 422- 

4931 
Cundiff, Curt, 32 Creekside Apts., No. 6, Morehead, 40351, 

784-7320. 784-4604 
Curtis, Ella Mae, R. No. 2, Upland Dr., Stanford, 40484, 365- 

9955, 365-2191 
Curry, Lester, 407 W. High St., Hodgenville, 42748, 358-3297, 

358-3196 
Curtsinger, Garvey L., R. No. 3, Carlisle, 40311, 289-2003, 

234-2340 
Dallas, Stephen K., 371 Constance Road, Hebron, 41048, 

689-7577, 689-7845 
Damron, Adam G., 303 Carolina Ave., Winchester, 40391, 

744-7901 
Daniels, Leon, Garrett, 41630, 358-4445 



Daniels, Steve A., R. No. 31, Eastside Park, Butler, 41006, 

472-5461 
Dant, Joseph B., 2913 Sheldon Rd., Louisville, 40218, 491- 

7196,4^1-3440 
Day, Jack L., 605 Morehead St., Central City, 42330, 754- 

4700, 754-2272 
Day, Richard W., 1606 Alexandria Dr., Lexington, 40504, 

277-9759 
Decker, Jim, 14010 Beckley Trace, Louisville, 40223. 245- 

6361, 245-0238 
Decker, Neil T., R. R. No. 7, Marion, 42064, 965-3704 
Dennedy, T. Robert, 5994 North Glen Rd., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45211, 574-3125, 574-3511 
DePoj, Lowell K., Box 28, Hardinsburg, Ind., 47125, 472- 



Poy, Lowell K., I 
3749, 472-3200 



Diering, Thomas H., 69 Pleasant Dr., Highland Hts., 41076. 

787-4470 
Dill, J. Roger, P. O. Box 561, Mt. Washington, 40047, 538- 

7233 
Divine, Wayne L., 626 Walnut, Central City, 42330, 754- 

2783, 754-4474 
Dixon, Oscar, 137 Ridgelea Drive, Williamstown, 41097, 823- 

0371, 824-4402 
Dixon, Ronald R., RT. No. 2, Box 393, Ashland, 41101, 

928-9691, 325-7828 
Dobson, Barry 731 S. Addison. Lexington, 40504, 255-3018 
Doll, Allen, R. R. No. 1 Campbellsburg.4001 l.Bus. 222-9441 
Douthwaite, Donald D.. 5754 Biscayne Ave., Cincinnati 

45211, 574-2238, 721-6804 
Drake. Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas, 41075 

441-4235 
Driskell, Earl Jr., 7813 Fairmeadows Ln., Louisville, 40222 

426-6863, 583-1641 
Duff, Earl. 105 Green Hill Pk. Drive, Somerset, 42501, 679 

7043 
Durbin, Hade Jr., 303 Moringside Dr., Elizabethtown, 42701 

765-7893, 769-3079 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville, 40220, 452 

1730, 587-5237 
Fades, Mark, 905 Broad, Central City, 42330, 754-3647 

754-3300 
Eads, Ronald L., 3141 Starling, Lexington, 40502, 278-6759 

259-1411, Ext. 353 
Ebel, Jack David, P. O. Box 466, Lexington, 40585, 255 

9744, 654-6981 
Eddings, Wendell, Box 181. Elkton, 42220, 265-2242 
Edwards, W. Glenn, P. O. Box 573, Monticello, 42633, 348 

9583. 348-6266 
Edwards, Wayne D., 118 Avery Dr., Greensburg, 42743, 932- 

4960 
Eha, Steve, 704 Woodland Ave., Lexington, 40508 
Elliott, Michael Coyle, Rt. 3A, Springfield, 40069, 336-7543 

336-3681 
Ernst, Donna Lynn, Blanding 1, Box 39, Lexington, 40506 

258-4364 
Estep, David G., 212 River Road, Cumberland, 40823, 589 

5560, 589-5560 
Etienne, Donald H., Star Rt. Box 296, Magnet, Ind. 47555 

843-5265, 547-2316 
Evans, Alvin, Box 195, Cumberland Ave., Jellico, 37762, 424 

82 16, 424-6420 
Evans, Lewis, Rt. 2,^Morgantown, 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Everly, Phyllis J., Uoute 2, Central City, 42330. 754-2304, 

476-8775 
Farley, Jimmy, 120 Lynnwood Dr., Lancaster, 40444, 792- 

4874 
Featherstone, John E., 3416 Kramers Lane No. 39, Louisville, 

40216, 447-1483, 367-3567 
Feger, George Jr.. 2602 Mt. Vernon Court, Louisville, 40220, 

451-4190, 968-3361 



Feher, Al. Box 746, Lynch, 40855. 848-2547. 848-5431 
Feltner. Danny Ray, K. I 
436-5152,436-3155 



No. 2, Box 151-A, Hazard, 41701, 



Ferguson, Danny E., SPO Asbury Seminary, Wilmore, 40390, 

858-4149,272-4556 
Fields, Jerrv Wayne, R. R. No. 1, Box 246, Maysville, 41056, 

883-3233, 564-2508 
Fille, Michael Brent, Box 205, Flemingsburg, 41041, 849- 

4367, 845-9331 
Fisher, Steven Riley, Smith Mills, 42457, 533-6396, 827- 

8843 
Flatt, David, No. 49, Rt. 32, Trailer Ct., Morehead, 40351, 

784-9242, 783-3371 
Flesch, Jerome P.. 3113 Lawrence Drive, Edgewood, 41017, 

341-8223, 684-2176 
Flynn, Bobby, 428 McKenna Ct., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

5902, 278-9310 
Fraley, Charlie L., 9057 E-Young St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

3860, 624-5947 
Francis, James F., Box 75, Wheelwright, 41669, 452-2395, 

886-2354 
Francis, William R., c/o U. S. Armv LORC. 600 Fed. PI. Rm. 

222F, Louisville, 40303, 288-6783 
Franklin, Sandraetta, 52 8 Chestnut St., Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-5281 
Frey, William R., 4318 Ripple Creek Rd.,Cold Spring, 41076, 

781-2685,431-1336 
Fritz, John C., 3057 Dale Hollow, Lexington, 40502, 269- 

7663, 266-2131 
Fritz, Timothy L., IS Idaho Ave., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 331- 

3910,445-2615 
Fryman, Terry Lee, 605 Buckner St., Maysville, 41056, 564- 

5820. 883-3166 
Fuell, William Patrick, P. O. Box 8214, Louisville, 40208. 

634-8569, 778-6631 

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1978 CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Bert Nienaber, Wayne Adkisson, Ray Brake, Mark Seyer. 
Second Row: Ass't Coach Greg Johnson, Tony Douglas, Dan Kermedy, Darin Suter, Chris 
Vincent, Coach Jim Kinsdale. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



NOVEMBER 1978 



FILMS 



The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to eleme.ntary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 



Basketball 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 
Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in tliis new 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp, especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered in this film are: pivot 
man's slide into the basket; Play No, 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket maker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break, 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-.i-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment deci- 
sions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, .i-s-c-a, 11/4 reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken. Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), S5.00 (out of state) 
This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, startin.g, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min.), 
color, $1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending 
and basket interference. Why can't there be goal 
tending during a free throw? It takes all other 
questionable situations and simplifies them for the 
fans, players, coaches and officials in this new film, 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s. 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-Man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions, 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2,00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 

LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 
(1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(33 min.). Color, Silent, $1.0(j 
The Male Bulldogs displayed their superiority 
in wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year, 83-66. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 
This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 



which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 

NCAA basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shots, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim. tra- 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 
WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min,), color (or 

black and white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer 
with a better understanding of the rules and a 
finer appreciation of basketball as played at the 
interscholastic and intercollegiate levels. Through 
the use of slow motion photography, stop action 
and instant replay, colorful and informative play 
situations are demonstrated by both boys' and 
girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by 
officials in making those tough judgment decisions 
that constantly occur in basketball. 

Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min,), $1,00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu 
Jitsu defense against knife, gun, club and mug- 
ging attacks, 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, 
j-s-c-a, 2 reels, color, $1,00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating, 
Illustrated have been made by the National Fed- 
eration members of the Joint Rules Committee, 
The film covers takedowns, reversals escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar slam, full nelson and chick- 
en wing. Guidelines for officiating and inter- 
preting the rules are provided. In all there are 
sixty separate scenes of wrestling. This film will 
provide the much needed guidance and proper 
interpretations for interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 

This film displays the starting position on the 
mat, for the defensive and offensive man and also 
the referee's position. Also when control is gained, 
takedown, when control is lost or the escape, when 
control change is reversed. The near fall and pin- 
ning situations from a takedown standpoint, stall- 
ing tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas 
of the rules code illustrated in this color film. The 
movie was produced by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations. 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A.-1978 79 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Bien, Harold J., 1094 Limaburg Rd., Burlington, 41005, 525- 

7663, 371-0569 
Bryant. Stephen D., 203 Norris Dr.. Clarksville, TN, 37040, 

647-3019, 798-3620 
Buchanan, John W,, 741 Greenwood Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330, 

734-7438, 236-9564 
Buckley, Warren D., 1762 Blue Licks Rd., Lexington, 40504, 

2 78-8083, 2 3 3-45 11, Ext. 621 
Butts, Michael. 27 Trapp Court, Alexandria, 41001, 635- 

2493, 441-7115 
Cline, Jack D., 122 Roan Rd., Versailles, 40383, 873-5045, 

695-2400 
Cordray, James A., Rt. 6. Leesburg Pike. Cynthiana. 41031. 

234-6247. 234-1704 
Davenport. David E., 1013 Farmgate, New Albany, IN, 

47150, 945-4308, 945-0297 
Davies, Matt, Box 38 1 , Commonwealth Hall, EKU, Richmond, 

40475, 625-2918 
Davis, Jimmie F., Rt. 2. Box 185. Cecilia. 42724, 862-3702, 

862-3924 

(Continued on Page Twelve) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI-No. 4 



November, 1978 



.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Office, Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday morning, 
October 7, 1978. The meeting was called to order at 
10:00 A.M. with all Board members. Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout and 
Billy V. Wise present, Conley Mannirig was present 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Norman Passmore. 

Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger, that the minutes of the July 28 meeting be ap- 
proved as submitted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Pete Griasby, Jr., 
Superintendent of the Floyd County schools, and gave 
the results of the recent election to fill the vacancy 
on the Board of Control created by the resignation of 
Paul Trimble, Paintsville. Mr. Grigsby received 17 
votes and Mr. Frank Welch of Beltry High School re- 
ceived 14 votes. 

Mr. Mills read a letter of resignation from Assist- 
ant Commissioner Dianne Caines. Norman Passmore 
■moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, that the Board 
accept the resignation of Mrs. Caines. The motion 
passed unanimously. President Burkich instructed the 
Staff Committee to review the job description of the 
Assistant Commissioner position to be filled before 
recommending a replacement to fill this vacancy. 

Commissioner Mills read the correspondence on 
the eligibility case of Sherri Huff. Sherri, a student at 
Apollo High School, is ineligible under the provisions 
of By-Law 6, Section 1 . Following a presentation by 
Mrs. Darleen Huff and a lengthy discussion by mem- 
bers of the Board, Barney Tnweatt moved, seconded 
by Norman Passmore, that By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule, not be waived in this case. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read letters to the Board concerning the 
Mike Higoins eligibility case. Mike, a student at Dixie 
Heights High School, is ineligible under the provisions 
of By-Law 6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule and By-Law 5, 
Section 4, Preceding Semester Rule. After a presen- 
tation by Mr. James Higgins and others present, and 
after a lengthy discussion by members ot the Board, 
J. D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that By-Law 6, Section 1, and By-Law 5, Section 4, 
not be waived in this case. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

Commissioner Mills read the correspondence on the 
eligibility case of Tommy Vimont. Tommy, a student 
at Tates Creek High School, is ineligible under the 
provision of By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester 
Rule. Following an excellent presentation by Tommy, 
his wife and others who spoke on his behalf, the 
members of the Board discussed the case at length. 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by DenzU Ramsey, 
that By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester Rule, 
not be waived in this case. The motion passed with a 
vote of 6-3. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a letter written 
by Mr. Tony Lanham, requesting that By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of his 



daughter. Christian Lanham. After discussing the re- 
quest, Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Denval 
Barriger, that the Board decline to waive By-Law 6, 
Section 1, in this case. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Prin. Bill Van Winkle, 
Owensboro Higli School, requesting that the Board of 
Control grant another hearing in the Cully Nelson eli- 
gibility case. After a discussion during which it was 
pointed out that the Board had heard this case three 
times previously since there was no new evidence pre- 
sented in the case, J. D. Minnehan moved, seconded 
by Norman Passmore, that the request be denied. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

•With the increasing enrollment in some of our 
football schools, Mr. Mills discussed the fact that 
there will be a number of changes to be made in the 
re-alignment for the football school districts and 
regions for the 1979 and 1980 seasons. He furnished 
copies of the re-alignment previously agreed upon by 
the Board and gave them a list of the proposed 
changes. A more detailed report will be made when 
the increased enrollments of other schools become 
available. Glen Ravenscraft moved, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the Board approve the re- 
alignment as presented by Mr. Mills. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

The Board discussed the problems member schools 
are having with re-scheduling football games under 
the new playoff system. Following the discussion, 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- 
ship, that those schools assigned to Class AAAA or 
sub-divided districts will begin the championship play- 
off on the first weekend in November in 1979. There- 
fore, they should leave that date open on their sched- 
ule or enter into a contractual agreement to the effect 
that any game scheduled on this date shall be cancelled 
by mutual agreement should either one or both 
schools qualify for participation in the district 
championship game. The motion carried unanimously. 
Championship play in all other districts and classes be- 
gin on the second weekend in November. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter from the Ken- 
tucky Association of School Administrators requesting 
that the Delegate Assembly of the K.H.S.A.A. meet 
in conjunction with their Association on August 5-7, 
1979. The Board, after a discussion, agreed that the 
spring date is more desirable for the K.H.S.A.A. mem- 
ber schools and asked the Commissioner to suggest to 
the KASA that the K.H.S.A.A. have a representative 
in attendance at each of the KASA meetings. 

Mr. Mills presented letters received from Coach 
Jack Upchurch, Ashland, and Prin. Phil Back. Dawson 
Springs, requesting that the Board of Control waive 
By-Law 27, Section 4, Practice Games. It was the 
opinion of the Board members that they do not have 
the authority to set this rule aside. 

Mr. Mills recommended that Owensboro be the 
site for the 1979 baseball tournament. Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that 
the Board of Control approve this recommendation. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

(Continued on Page Two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1978 



NOVEMBER, 1978 



VOL. XLI^No. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
S60 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7S02, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweaft (19771981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D. J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

SuJjscription Rate SI. 00 per year 



National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of the National Federation basketball ex- 
amination will be given all over Kentucky on Monday, 
December 4, to officials who wish to work for the 
Approved and Certified ratings. The examinations will 
be given by the Assigning Secretaries in all regions. 
The sites will be determined by the Assigning Secre- 
taries. Officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. for the 
first time this year and who have not been regisrered 
previously in any other state association, are not 
eligible to take the test for a higher rating. Those 
interested should adivse the Assigning Secretary im- 
mediately since they will supervise the examination. 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered officials 
may make nominations for the award. The eligible 
person should be a pupil at the junior or senior hioh 
school level who has overcome great physical handi- 
cap in order to take part in athletics. Letters of recom- 
mendation should be addressed to "Game Guy Com- 
mittee, K.H.S.A.A., P. O. Box 7280, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky 40522." Deadline for the 1979 nomination is 
April 1 . 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. -1978 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers 
are given the first is that of the home phone. 

Bailey, Eddie, Rt.4, Box 410, Williamsburg, 40769, 549-0613; 

549-1822 
Baker, Brad, 3203 Red Oak Ct., Edgewood, 41017, 341- 

3148. 871-8020 
Bell, Roger, Box 344, Hewett, WV, 25 108, 369-3693; 369- 

4774 
Besselman, Robert S., 1006 Hamlet St ., Newport, 41071, 

261-5836 



Bishop, Uavid G., 3414 Phelps, Erlanger, 41018, 331-4171 

371-6020 
Blaser, Edward D. Jr., 31 12 Roselawn Blvd., Louisville, 40220 

458-7751, 581-3489 
Bolt, Donald D., Rt. 1, Box 836, Grayson. 41 143, 474-5740 

377-4688 
Carnes. Dwight, 213 A Wilson Lane, Middlesboro, 40965 

248-3193, 248-1608 
Centers, Mike, Rt. 5, Box 444-A, London, 40741, 878-6813 

897-5314 
Coppinger, Allen III, 207 Summit, Middlesboro, 40965, 248 

4196, 248-1371 
Davis, Mark A., Rt. 3, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-1703, 786 

2829 
Dean, Roger L., CPO 567. Berea, 40404. 986-8326, 986 

3131 
Dobson, Estille K. Jr., 415 Apple Valley Ct., Florence, 4 1042 

529-8906, 525-8907 
Downs, Joseph W., 121 Park View, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

5123; 348-3991 
Edwards, Donald L.. E. Main St., Box 275, Sebree, 42455 

835-2298 
Foster, James H., Box 901, Chappsfork, Charleston, W. Va. 

25312, 965-1989, 965-3236 
Gann, Ronnie W., Route 13, Box 58, Bowling Green, 42101 

781-7741, 842-1681 
Gius. Gary A., 176 5th Arty Rd., Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 

66027, 651-7454 
Graham, John A., 125 Louisiana Ave., Lexington, 40502 

266-1963 
Hopkins, George David, Box 371, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754 

5648 
Hudson, Timothy, 3550 Pimlico Pkwy., Apt. 295, Lexington 

40S02, 273-2467 
Jeffrey, Clifford, 414 3rd Ave., Madison WV, 25130, 369- 

0873; 369-1691 
Johnson, Ned, Jr., 116 Barberry Lane, Bardstown, 40004 

348-2351 
Lang, Dean E., 615 Worcester Rd., Lexington, 40503, 278- 

8783. 277-9811 
McGrath, John R., 4923 S. 2nd No. 2, Louisville, 40214, 

366-7762 
Pearson, Frank, Box 217, Hewett, WV, 25108, 369-1750; 

369-4774 
Shields, Dane, 3 1 1 Eastland Terrace Apts., Henderson, 42420, 

826-21 17, 826-2756 
Siemer, Wayne, 912 Kenridge Dr., Villa Hills, 41016, 341- 

6178 
Simpson, Dave, 1016 Dickens St., Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-5286, 781-4490 
Smith, Ronald L., No. 7 Palmer Manor, Wilmore, 40390, 

858-4527 
Tompkins, Barrie, 502 Lima Dr., Lexington, 40505, 252- 

4287, 253-0571 
Votaw, Albert M., Rt. No. 3, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-9597, 

734-7711. Ext. 309 
Votaw, Paul S., Rt. 1 , Salvisa, 40372, 865-2288, 564-6991 
Wade, Bennv, Rt. No. 4 348, Morganfield, 42437, 389-0017, 

389-2419, Ext. 31 1 
Williams, Buford W., Jr., 2277'/2 0ld Mill Stream Lane, Shep- 

herdsville. 40165, 543-4632; 543-7021 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 

Following a discussion on the filming of final 
games of basketball tournaments and football play- 
offs, Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Joe McPher- 
son, that the final games in both the boys' and girls' 
basketball tournaments and in all classes in football 
be filmed. Two copies are to be made with one copy 
being made available to member schools at a nominal 
rental fee and the other being kept on file in the 
K.H.S.A.A. office. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board of Control set the next meeting date 
for December 23, 1978, at 10:00 at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Norman Pass- 
more, that all bills for the^period beginning July 1, 
1978, and ending September 30, 1978, be allowed. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting ad- 
journed. 



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CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 





Karen Porter, Owen County High School, individual win- 
ner. Class A, Girls' Cross Country. 



Tim Back, University Breckinridge High School, individual 
winner, Class A, Boys' Cross Country. 



1978 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 
Results - Class A and AA 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in Classes 
A and AA were held for the first at the Kentucky 
Horse Park, Lexington, and the Class AAA was held 
at Seneca Park, Louisville, on November 4, 1978. Mr. 
Jerry Stone managed the A and AA in Lexington and 
Bro. Borgia of St. Xavier High School managed the 
Class AAA. 

Individual winners in each class were as follows: 
Class A - Tim Back of University Breckinridge High 
School, Karen Porter of Owen County High School. 
Class AA - McKay Mattingly of Daviess County , Kath- 
leen Beumel of Apollo High School. 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: BOYS — 
Somerset,52; Model, 68; Grant County, 136; St. Mary, 
170; Bishop Brossart, 173; Ft. Campbell, 187; St. 
Henry, 193; Beechwood, 247; Lexington Catholic, 
252; Jenkins, 273, University Breckinridge, 279; La- 
Rue County, 286; Muhlenberg Central, 295; Lee 
County, 338; West Hardin, 355; Barren County, 402, 
Riverside Christian , 49 1 , Graham , 503 ; Tollesboro, 523 . 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS — 1. Tim Back, University Breckinridge 
(15:14); 2. Greg Briscoe, Corbin (15:31); 3. Bruce 
Hacker, LaRue County (15:50); 4. Jonn Borders, 
Somerset (15:57); 5. Curt Rader, Somerset (16:10); 
6. Jim Banks, Jenkins (16:21); 7. David Narramore, 
Jenkins (16:23); 8. Albert Calhoun, Somerset (16:26); 
9. Todd Jacobs, Ft. Campbell (16:30); 10. Hank Or- 
chard, Model (16:30). 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: GIRLS — 
Ft. Campbell, 30; Lexington Catholic, 73; Providence, 
99; Bath County, 104; Somerset, 146; Walton-Verona, 
152; Menifee County, 163; Bellevue, 170; Russell 
County, 206; Green County, 237. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - 1. Karen Porter, Owen County (11:07); 
2. Tammy Hood, Ft. Campbell (11:40); 3. Cathy 
Hogan, Ft. Campbell (11:43); 4. Kathleen Warren, 



Lexington Catholic (11:57); 5. Pam Greene, Sonjer- 
set (12:04); 6. Kim Hawkins, Bath County (12:09); 

7. Rosie Willett, Walton-Verona (12:09); 8. Mary 
Besten, Dayre (12:09); 9. Tammy Wilson, Somerset 
( 1 2: 10); 10. Lisa Gross, Ft. Campbell ( 12; 1 1). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: BOYS — 
Lloyd Memorial, 83, Daviess County, 87; Pulaski 
County, 1 18; Tates Creek, 124; Meade County, 158; 
Campbell County, 181; Highlands, 195; Owensboro, 
215; Madison Central, 216; Oldham County, 243; 
Adair County, 247; Christian County, 315; Grayson 
County, 31 7; Paducah, Tilghman, 369; Boyd County, 
396, Scott County, 406; Bourbon County, 480; 
Lafayette, 506; Paul Blazer, 532. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS - 1. McKay Mattingly, Daviess County 
(15:23); 2. Keith Barger, Madison Central High 
School (15:29); 3. Charles Ellis, Boyle County High 
School (15:29); 4. Doug Fultz, Russell County 
High School (15:32); 5. Steve Cornelius, Pulaski 
County High School (15:34); 6. Chris Vincent, Lloyd 
High School (15:50); 7. Mark MacMahan, Meade 
County High School (15:50); 8. Ricky Key, Danville 
(15:54); 9. David Baxter, Henderson County High 
School(15:55); 10. John Hieronymus, Pulaski County 
High School (15:59). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: GIRLS — 
Highlands, 57; Daviess County, 66; Franklin County, 
80; Oldham County, 156, Apollo, 173; Hopkinsville, 
194; Pulaski County, 207; Boyd County, 208; Dixie 
Heights, 210; Taylor County, 229; Campbell County, 
255; Madison Central, 279; Henry Clay, 292; George 
Rogers Clark, 398. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - 1. Kathleen Beumel, Apollo (10:42); 2. 
Lori Linville, Daviess County (11:01); 3. Karen 
Daniel, Owensboro (11:08); 4. Lorrie Russell, Harri- 
son County (11:09); 5. Kelly Everman, Franklin 
County (11:12); 6. Laura Baker, Franklin County 
(11:16); 7. Debbie Siegmundt, Highlands (11:18); 

8. Molly Dunn, Daviess County (11:21); 9. LuAnne 
Stewart, Boyd County, Boyd County (11:24). 10. 
Stephanie Johnson, Apollo (1 1 :25). 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1978 



CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 



CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 





Kathleen Beumel, Apollo High School, individual winner, McKay Mattingly, Daviess County High School, individual 

Class AA, Girls' Cross Country. winner. Class AA, Boys' Cross Country. 

HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Heather Davis, Jem Smith, Martha McKee, Tina Wagner, Patti Murray, Kim Murray. Second 
Row: Coach Chris Cowan, Beth Kocke, Tern Smith, Mary Farrell, Debbie Siegmondt, Coach Chuck Gullo, Gretchen Linde- 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1978 



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SOMERSET HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Becky Holditch, Lisa Gross, Cathy Hogan. Second Row: Coach Lee Lange, Tammy Hood, 
Carolyn Bagby, Kim Slayden, Jackie Bagby. 



Paee Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1978 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF REGISTERED 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

If one telephone number is given for an official it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two 
are given, the first number is the home phone. 
Adams, Rav Jr., Rt. 3, Box 106, Manchester, 40962, 598- 

3262 
Adkins, Robert Carl Jr., 385 Redding Rd., Lexington, 40502, 

272-3824 
Aldridge, Vern L., 9155-B S. Beard Ave., Fort Knox, 4012 1, 

624-847 1. 624-2417 
Allen, Brent, Rt. 1, Box 23, Eastern, 41622, 789-1296, 

886-2354 
Allen, Jeffrey L., Jefco. Tr. Pk. No. 4, Radcliff, 40 1 60, 351- 

9811, 351-601 1 
Allen, Nelson Robert, 507 Bellefonte-Princess Rd., Ashland, 

41101, 329-8186, 836-8915 
Allen, Tom, 1210 Park Lane, Brandenburg, 40108. 422-4360, 

422-4931 
Allen. Yvon, Box 377, Hazard, 41 701 , 378-3081, 378-3761 
Anderson, Michael L., Rt. 2, Mavfield, 42066, 623-8826 
Applegate, Anthony, Rt. 1, Box 20, Tollesboro, 41 189, 7 

.Appling, James, Rt. 4, Box 43-1, Russellville, 42276, 726 

710-6 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Circle, Ft. Knox, 40121 

624-5366 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill, 4 1 1 64 286-2081 
Ashurst, Michael L., General Delivery, Wallins, 40873, 664 

3910,573-5027 
Atzinger, Phyllis M., 5533 Arid Lane, Louisville, 40258, 449 

1258 
Bailey, Joe, Park City, 42160, 749-3481, 749-5101 
Bair, David J., 1436 Mt. Ranier, Lexington, 40502, 272-5783 

269-3326 
Baker, James Preston, 1102 Lvnne Terrace, Cincinnati. OH 

45215, 761-2678, 641-0320 
Baker, Janice Faye,4008 Addison Lane, Shively, 40216, 447 

6539, 945-2835 
Banks, Buddy, 928 Diedrick Dr., Flatwoods, 41139, 836 

4807, 836-9419 
Barker, Kenny, Rt. 1, Box 157, Cvnthiana, 41031, 234-6550 

863-5555 
Barker, Walter D., Box 1411, Friendship, OH 45630, 858 

5421 
Barnes, Roger, Rockport, OH 42369, 274-3028, 274-3334 
Bertsch, Ronald L., 113 Moock Rd., Southgate, 41071, 581 

5790, 531-8422 
Bibb, Ennis W., 11013 Lunenburg Ct., Louisville. 40223 

426-3285, 582-2703 
Blodgett, Marianne, 1645 May wick Dr., Lexington, 40504 

277-6932, 255-0835 
Bone, Gerald W.. Rt. 3, Box 220, Elizabethtown, 42701 

737-2451, 769-3338 
Bowling, Donald E., 503'/2-B Scott Ave.. Pikeville, 41501 

437-7243 432-2733 
Bowling, Johnny W., Box 51, Buckhorn, 41721, 623-4388 

398-2666 
Boyd, Tommv, Box 103, Betsy Lavne, 41605, 478-9554 
Bradley, Edward, 110 Church St.", Burkesville, 42717, 864 

4387, 864-4140 
Branstetter, Charles E., 404 Jennings Dr.. Apt. B, Bowling 

Green, 42101, 782-2671, 842-0361 
Brewer, Llovd, Box 238, Combs, 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Brock, Stephen E., Kettle Island. 40958, 337-9525 
Brown, J. W. "Scoop", 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington, 40505, 

254-1940, 255-0835 
Brown, Judy C, 7817 Bramble Lane, Louisville, 40258, 933- 

2458 
Brown, Michael Ray, Rt. 5, Box 107AA, Scottsville, 42164, 

237-4935, 237-3117 
Brown, Rickie Fay, 405 Skyline Trailer Ct.. Bowling Green, 

42101, 781-2275 
Bryant, Connie, Shelby Gap, 41563, 639-4736 
Bryant.Tony Joe, Shelby Gap, 41563 
Buell, Elijah, General Delivery, Wallins, 40873, 664-2452 
Bullock, James D.. 600 Fed. PL. Rm. 222F, Louisville, 

40202, Bus. 587-6845 
Bullock, Larry Eugene, Brodhead, 40409, 758-8301, 256 

2195 
Bunch, William Terrell Jr., Rt. 1 , Box 193-N-4, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-0159 
Burns, Barney, General Delivery, Burkesville, 42717, 864 

3163, 864-3167 
Burroughs, Marsue, 2475 Thornberrv Ct., Lexington, 40509 

269-2453, 254-2737 
Butcher, Douglas, Box 14, Meallv, 41234, 789-5553, 789 

6147 
Camacho, Marcus, Rt. 1, Glencoe, 41095, 643-5601, 567 

5761 
Campbell, Charles E., Rt. 2, Box 30C, Frenchburg, 40322 

768-3648, 254-2791 
Carnes, Dwight, 213A Wilson Lane, Middlesboro, 40965 

248-3193, 248-1608 
Carr, Larry W., 929 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills, 41016, 341 

9276, 243-3696 
Catron, Ken, 3485 Lansdowne, Lexington, 40502, Bus. 255 

2381 
Ceaser, James A., 4912-B Hammond Heights, Ft. Campbell 

42223, 439-7355, 798-5912 



Cecil, J. Ronald, 2804 Springbud Ct.. Louisville, 40220, 491- 

9^12 
Cheek, Alan B., 3114 Radiance Rd., Louisville, 40220, 458- 

1494 
Chick, William "Tony", Rt. 6, Homer Rd., Russellville 

42276. 542-4928 
Childers, Charles William, Box 194. Hindman, 41822, 785 

5765 
Childers, James O., Box 194, Hindman, 41822, 785-5765 

358-2091 
Clark, James Ken, 2920 Glenafton Lane, Louisville, 40217 

637-6497, 631-3335 
Cobb, Mike, 52 5 Ashmoor, Bowling Green, 42 101, 781-5 139 

781-4585 
Coffman, Danny, Rt. 1, Hanson, 42413, 322-8084 
Coffman, W. Steve, 4902 Swaps Lane, Louisville, 40216 

447-0658, 448-7174 
Compton, Jerry, 107 Pin Oak Dr., Lancaster, 40444, 792 

4569, 792-6092 
Congleton, S. Jay, Box 416, Owenton, 40359, 484-5238 

484-3434 
Conley, John David, Garrett, 4 1630, 35 8-935 1 
Cooley. Timothy Craig, 302 Davis St., Prestonsburg, 4 1653, 

886-6159 
Cooper, John F., 512 E. 3rd St., Augusta, 41002, 756-2373 

243-3382 
Cooper, Mary L., Rt. 1, Box 163, Woodbine, 40771, 546 

3797, 546-4175-X-31 
Copley, Sidney M., Box 13, Red Jacket WV, 25692, 426-4545 

426-4480 
Cotton, Carl W., 5 15 Central Ave., Wurtland, 41144, 836 

6803, 836-1956 
Cox. James M., Rt. 4, Box 245 F-1, Catlettsburg, 41129 

928-9827 
Cox, Kenneth E., 2805 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington, 40502 

272-4907, 299-2213 
Craig, David V., 307 S. Main, Somerset, 42501, 679-4832 

679-6996 
Crum, Garry T., Meallv, 41234, 789-4603, 789-1422 
Crumb, Steve, 2251 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green, 42 101 

781-3180 
Crutcher. Paul M., Rt. 1, Ekron, 40117, 828-3745, 624-8349 
Cunningham, Bob, Box 576, Stanton, 40380, 663-2674, 886 

91 16 
Cupp, Jackie, Rt. 4, Box 499-B, London, 40741, 864-6886 

878-9300 
Curry, Howard Mark, Lot 139 Sim-More Est., Rt. 14, Bowl 

ing Green, 42101, 781-2105, 842-2481-X74 
Curry, Randall, 203A McFerran St., Horse Cave, 42747, 786 

1532, 786-2338 
Custard, James W., 512 Harrison Ave., Cvnthiana, 41031 

234-9453, 234-567 1-X3 12 
Daniel, Roger T., Box IS, Paintsville, 41240, 789-3372, 886 

2311 
Daniels, Robert A., 1 107 McKenzie Addition, VanLear, 41 240. 

789-3931, 789-1201-X290 
Darnell, Nick, 6 Riverview Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781 

4497, 721-3610 
Davis, Bobbv W., 73 Zelkova Dr., Shelbvville, 40065, 633 

6167,893-3611 
Davis, Jay W., 2101 Hazel St. No. 2. Hopkinsville, 42240 

885-4684, 885-5355 
Davis, Thomas A., 3305 Sumner Rd.. Louisville. 40218, 459- 

Davis, William R., Box 314, Inez, 41224, 298-4245, 298-7721 
Day, Christopher, Rt. 3, Carlisle, 4031 1, Bus. 252-1481 
Day, Douglas, 240 Shreveport Cir., Nicholasville, 40356, 887- 

1801, 255-7756 
Day, Lawrence, 3604 Remora, Lexington, 40502, 272-3392, 

254-3472 
Day, Ronnie, 132 Center St., Morehead, 40351, 784-9721. 

784-6438 
Dean, David, 5000 Rex Lane, Louisville, 402 1 8, 968-5017. 

367-6411-X236 
Dixon, Billy M., Rt. 3, Box 547, Hazard, 41701 
Doolev, Terry, U. S. 60 Trailer Ct., Hardinsburg, 40143, 756- 

2360, 756-5819 
Dossett, Mac, Rt. 4, Whippoorwill Dr., Marion, 42064, 965- 

2804, 965-3866 
Downs, Charles A., 1500 Oleanda Ave., No. 4, Louisville, 

40215, 937-9720, 634-1511-X28 
Duff, Birchell, Garrett 41630, 358-4564, 358-9618 
Dyke, Orville Dean, Box 231, Crestwood, 40014, 241-4109, 

452-4140 
Eastridge, Michael R., Rt. 2, Box 4S7A, Horse Cave, 42749, 

786-1389, 786-2171 
Eaves, James K., 104 Southwestern Pkwy., Louisville, 40212, 

778-0137, 581-5796 
Edmondson, Johnny B., Rt. 1, Glencoe, 41046, 643-5288, 

643-5620 
Elbert, James F., 3009 Mid Dale Lane No. 1, Louisville, 

402 2 0, 452-2 195, 2 2 2-9441 
Ellis, Kenneth G., 39 Kenner St., Ludlow, 41016, 292-0177 
Farley, Bill, Rt. 4, Sandy Hook, 41 171, 738-5821 
Featherstone, Jerry, Box 414, Mayfield, 42066, 247-7448, 

247-3553 
Fields, Rufus Jr.. Rt. 8, Box 297, London, 40741 , 864-4051, 

Fisk, Rodney D., 5561 Taylor Mill, Covington, 41015, 581- 

1312, 727-1555 
Fletcher, Gary M., Box 253 Cannon's Pt., McDaniels 40152, 

257-8044. 257-8011 
Florence, Joe, 5804 Cadillac Dr.. Independence, 410S1, 356- 

7670, 581-3191 
Forsythe, Noel Rav. Browder. 42326, 476-2935, 476-2204 



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Foster, Berryman, 927 Waverlv Dr., Lexington, 40505, 255 

7374,233-2535 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Rt. 1, Sturgis, 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Frazier, Mac, Rt. 1. Box 88A, Webster, 40176, 547-4900 
Freppon, Thomas E.. 26 Madonna, Cold Spring, 41076, 781 

0583. 421-1800-X286 
Funk, Carol Ann, 840 River Crest Court, J 10, Louisville 

40206, 893-0940, 581-3720 
Gabbard, John P., Box 5 12, Beattyville, 41311, 464-3352 

464-2204 
Gabbard, Keith, Box 31, McKee, 40447, 287-7091, 287-7101 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr.,40 Jergens Lane, 371-1088, 283-3191 
Gaddie, Gary T.. Sonera, 42776, 369-7409, 769-5537 
Gambrel, Don, P. O. Box 43, Galston, 40830, 573-9413. 573 

9639 
Gann, Ronnie W., Rt. 13, Box 58, Bowling Green, 42101 

781-7741. 842-1681 
Gardner, Gary M., Rt. No. 2, Munfordvllle, 42765, 524-3316 

862-3287 
Gatterdam, Ed L., 9202 Weissinger Ct.. Louisville, 40222 

426-8393, 499-9100 
Gentry, Dale J., 4945 Determine Ln., Louisville, 402 16, 447 

5981. 637-7717 
Gentry, Robert Lewis, 1290 Alexandria No. B, Lexington 

40504, 233-3706, 255-5289 
George, Dennis M., 644 Maple St., Lebanon, 40033, 692 

6654, 692-6115 
Geurin. Joe D. Jr., Rt. 5, Box 400, Murray, 42041 , 436-565 3 
Gibbons, Michael L., Rt. 3, Box 267, Williamsburg, 40769 

549-2987. 549-3883 
Gibson, Gerald L.. R. R. No. 1, Box 61 A, Union town, 42461 

822-91 1 5 
Gibson, Marcus, Box 26, Estill, 41627 358-9736 
Gibson, Russell K., 7504 Wmesap Way. Louisville, 40228 

239-2511. 969-1331 
Gilliam, Steve, No. 56 Shady Oaks, Murray, 42071, 753-3327 
Gish, Pete, 2025 Poplar Dr., Henderson,' 42420, 826-3023 

826-9522 
Gillespie, Vicky L., 2407 Roddy Rd., Louisville, 40216 

44^-69 51 
Goble, Kelly M., Box 132, Inez, 41224, 298-7563 
Goldey, William H., 866 Lamont Lane, Henderson, 42420 

827-3622. 827-2561 
Goodman. Adrian, East View, 42732, 862-3160 
Gordon, Dwight F., R. R. No. 2, Hustonville, 40437, 346 

5641. 346-2589 
Gordon, James William, R. R. No. 2, Hustonville, 40437 

346-2704, 346-2589 
Gordon, Roy T., 1701 Cherrv Ln., ShelbyviUe, 40065, 633 

2558,633-4929 
Gorham, Charles, Main St., Salvisa, 40372, 865-4380. 223 

8211 
Gorrell, E. Howard, Box 33. Auburn, 42206, 542-6312, 542 

4181 
Gover. Luid J., Box 249-B, Science Hill, 42553, 423-2274 

679-6331 
Gray, Jimmy D., Rt. 1, Box 7B, Allen, 41601, 874-2526 

874-2165 
Gray, Kenneth Bruce. Rt. 4, 13921 Kings Church Rd 

Taylorsville, 40071, 239-5740. 477-2230 
Grant, Neilson E., 401 Broad St., Apt. 1, Beaver Dam, 42320 

274-4908,274-7893 „,,,,., .,c^ c, o 

Gray, Homer, Box 121 A, Harned, 40144,756-2661,756-5 18 
Greathouse, t'rank C, Rt. 2, Box 1500, Lewisport, 42351 

295-3393.683-1561 ,, , 

Green, James D., Rt. 1, Mt. Springs Subdivision, VanLear 

41265, 789-1528, 789-1201, Ext. 256 
Greene, James Bert, Box 36, Olive Hill, 41164, 286-4921 

Greenl'stfve, Route 2, Bedford, 40006, 255-7152 

Greer, Phil, 3452 Bellmeade, Lexington, 40502, 272-4253 

272-161 I 
Grefer, Thomas J. ,65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue, 41073,491-3219 

261-8655 
Gregg, Lonnie A., 419 Monument St., Falmouth, 41040, 654 

8312. 654-3385 
Grey, Don L., 6632 Riverbirch Dr., Crestwood, 40014, 241 

7815 
Gribbins, Jerry, Gravel Switch, 40328, 337-2401 , 692-3795 
Grieme, William J.. 438 McAlpin Ave., Erianger, 4 101 8, 342 

9758 292-5270 
Griffin Charles David, 2395 Allen Drive, Lexington, 40505 

299-1336, 254-2378 
Griffin, Dwight V., Box 682, Mt. Vernon, 40456, 256-2105 
Griffith, Michael R., 662 Oak St., Madisonville, 42431, 821- 

0445, 821-5242 
Griffith, Millard F., 7 W. Walnut, Southgate, 41071, 441 

5746 369-4044 
Griffith, 'Robert E., Martin, 41649, 285-9408. 285-3042 
Groce, Ralph, Route No. 2, Albany, 42602, 387-5459, 387 

6416 
Gupton, George E., 1050 Legion Pk. Rd., Greensburg, 42743 

932-4253, 932-4200 
Gupton, Lawrence, Box 296, Greensburg, 42743, 932-7830 

384-3338 
Haas, Tom V., 10 Rossa Place, Cold Spring,41076, 441-9570, 

261-2035 
Hacker, Samuel G., 693 Bromley Pike, Ludlow, 41016, 291 

6141. 341-5745 
Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr., 1472 Olive Street, Louisville, 40210, 

772-0493, 452-4109 
Haddix, Daniel E., 437y2 Court St., Jackson, 4 1339, 666-4093 
Hafley, Joseph E., 498 Mockingbird Hill, Harrodsburg, 40330, 

734-7780, 734-3331 



Hale, John A., 151 Todds Rd. 480, Lexington, 40509, 266- 

1760. 254-6402 
Hale, Mary Kathy, 1894 Bahama Rd., Lexington, 40511, 

293-5884 
Hall, Bruce E., Box 517, Virgie, 41572, 639-9002 
Hall, Donald W., P. O. Box 32, Kite, 41828, 447-2525, 946- 

2774 
Hall. Donnie Ray, Farler, 41 742, 436-5367, 251-251 1 
Hall. Jack R..Box 303. Elkhorn Citv. 4 1 522. Bus. 7 54-9098 
Hall, Rocky M., R. R. No. 1, Box 308D, Olive Hill, 41 164, 

743-7441 
Hall, Tommy L., Pippa Passes, 41844, 368-3496 
Hall, William \V., 29 Pineview Ct., Paintsville. 41240, 789- 

1771, 789-821 1 
Hamilton, Paul K., Route 3, Box 436, Pikeville, 41 501 , 432- 

8255,432-1248 
Hamm, Ritchie, 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

8070, 
Hammock, Don L., 9404 Doral Ct., No. 9, Louisville, 40220, 

491-1744. 454-4847 
Hammons, George F., Box 283, Barbourville, 40906, 546- 

6449, 546-5859 
Hammons, Wendell L., Rt. 1, Box 217, Flat Lick, 40935, 

542-4871. 542-4871 
Hampton, Doug, P. O. Box 367, Cynthiana, 41031 , 234-3776, 

234-1120 
Handley,Woodie R., Route 2, Hodgenville, 42748, 358-3345, 

358-3195 
Handlon, Steve, 1407 Sherwood, Bowling Green, 42101,843- 

8440 
Hardin, Carl Ray, Box 680, Lebanon, 40033, 692-3795, 692 

3126 
Hargis, Noel, Rt. 1, Box 130A, Somerset, 42501, 679-6417, 

679-1136 
Harkleroad, Thomas S., 106 Leslie St., Berea, 40403, 986- 

3217, 623-4750 
Harlan, W. Steve, 1403 Harvey, Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

3650, 842-9245 
Harmon, Randy, Rt. 1, Sharpsburg, 40374, 674-6437, 258- 

5050 
Harned, Robert Taylor, 216 W. Walnut, Leitchfield, 42754, 

259-51 15, 259-4081 
Harp. David, Rt. 2, Pleasureville, 40057. 878-4752, 845-5622 
Harper, James A., 131 Holmes Dr., Paducah, 42001, 898-3492 
Harper, Jewell, Box 582, Lacenter, 42056. 665-5254 
Harper, Robie Jr., Box 51, Beechmont, 42323, 476-8084, 

476-8775 
Harrison, Danny, R.No. 7, Vanceburg,41 179,796-2462, 648- 

5241 
Harrison, Tim', 2303 Citation Ave., Owensboro, 42301, 683- 

1091. 295-341 1 
Hart, Peggy J., 417 McKenna Ct., Lexington, 40505, 293- 

1596 
Hart, William B.. HI, Rt. 1, Box 5 1, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

3270. 625-3376 
Hatfield, Daniel E.. 103 Nob Hill Lane, Apt. 12, Louisville 

40206,897 9393,897-4718 
Hatfield, Robert M., 9102 Split Rail Dr., Louisville, 40272 

935-1857, 366-951 1-X6l4 
Hause, Martin B., 1249 Forest Ave., Maysville, 41056, 564 

5140, 564-5565 
Hawkins, Stewart D., Box 122, Chaplin, 40012, 673-3436 

288-7734 
Hayes, David, Rt. 1, Box 369, Campbellsville, 42718, 789 

1634, 465-8661 
Haves, James V., 209 Norbrook Dr., Louisville, 40218, 451 

"0231, 452-3927 
Head, Jack B., Jr., 10012 Caven Ave., Louisville, 40229, 966 

8384. 459-5880 
Heckel,CharlesA.,l047 Franelm Rd., Louisville, 40214, 368 

3842, 566-4382 
Heckel, Richard D., 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville, 40214 

368-3842 
Hedges, Dennis A., 103 Apollo Court, Georgetown, 40324 

863-1815, 232-2887 
Hegarty, Thomas O., Catholic Children's Home, Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 331-2040 
Heilman, Glenn, 300 E. 3rd, Apt. 5, Newport, 41071. 581- 

0575.651-3800 
Henderson, Roger A., 1613 Herr Lane, Louisville, 40222, 

426-4684, 582-9522 
Hendren, James W., Rt. 1, Mackville, 40040. 375-4498 
HenrV, Keith, Rt. No. 1, West Liberty, 41472, 743-7471, 

7S3-3080 
Henslev, Hode, Box 109, Warfield, 41267, 395-6135 
Hensoii, Don R.. Smithland, Rt. 1, Smithland, 42081, 928- 

2047.988-3263 
Henson, Tony C, Rt. 6, Mayfield, 42066, 658-3126, 247- 

4536 
Hickey, Thomas L., 104 Ashland, Louisville, 897-3598, 637- 

2501 
Hickey, Thomas R., 3067 Treetop Way, Edgewood, 41017, 

341-8160, 581-7700 
Hicks, Floyd E., 43 New Uri Dr., Florence, 41042, 371-6279, 

772-1400 
Hicks, Gene, Box 13, Highway 53 South, LaGrange, 40031 

222-1829, 222-0151 
Hicks, Michael L., 213 Southpoint Dr., Lexington, 40503, 

Higdon, J. Samuel, Route No. 2, Fancy Farm, 42039, 623- 

8303, 247-6730, Ext. 233 
Higgins, bavid, P.O. Box 242, Corbin, 40701 , 528-2119 
Hill, James P., 2338 Carter Rd., No. 6, Owensboro, 42301, 

926-1376, 684-0448 „,, 

Hill, Sue, 1021 Beecher St., Louisville, 40215. 366-8932 



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Hills, Daniel K., 214 Bellefonte-Princess Road, Ashland, 
Hills, Marshall L., Box 57A. Morning View, 41063, 356-5733 
Hilpp, Louis E., 7509 Devereaux Lane, Louisville, 40258, 

935-8080 
Hitt. William D., Rt. 5, Box 19, Maysville, 41056, 759-7707, 

564-3461 
Hobhs, Charles V. Jr., Box 212. Clearfield, 40313, 784-8386, 

784-9939 
Hohen, Marv Jane, 3404 Grandview Avenue, Louisville. 40207, 

895-1269 
Hodges, Bill, 397 Pine St., Benham, 40807, 848-2929 
Holmes. Robert Eddie. 208 Nichols St., Princeton, 42445, 

365-3312, 388-221 1-X203 
Holt, Ronald J., 416 Sylvan Terrace, Hopkinsville, 42240, 

885-4445, 726-9567 
Holt, Terreir W., 182 1 Dalna Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

5812. 254-8031 
Holt, Timothy E.. 9210 Old Six Mile Lane, Louisville, 40299, 

491-5178, 426-2000, Ext. 254 
Hook. Don. R. R. No. 1, Cunningham, 42035, 642-2513,642- 

2332 
Holtzclaw, James R., Route 4, Stanford, 40484, 346-2492 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville, 41501, 631- 

1933, 432-1461 
Hopkins. Douglas Mark, P. O. Box 1062, Harlan, 40831, 573- 

3796 
Home, J. E. Jr., 1211 E. Cooper Drive, Lexington, 40502, 

269-2681. 233-4466 
Houchens, Jeffrey, Box 82, Mt. Olivet, 41064, 724-5598. 

724-5821 
Houchens. Tom, 505 N. Long Street, London, 4074 1 , 864- 

9075, 864-2135 
Houk, Jackie. Rt. 1, Glendale, 42740, 737-8487. 769-1374 
Hourigan, James F., 6303 Nigel Drive, Louisville, 40216 

447-6552, 566-9271 
Howard, Dwieht W.. 2707 Donerail Dr., Owensboro, 42301 

685-1987. 684-4287 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall, 40854, 573-4752, 573 

4520. Ext. 251 
Hubbard, Garv L., Rt. 3, Lillard Ferry, Versailles, 40383 

873-3301 ' 
Hubbard, Millard Oscar, Box 81, Manchester, 40962, 598 

2419 
Huber, Anthony Jerry, Park and Audubon Rd., Covington, 

41011, 431-8030, 241-0102 
Hudson, Timothy, 3550 Pimlico Pkwy., Apt. 295, Lexington 

40502, 273-2467 
Hughes, Brenda, 500 Ohio St., Apt. 4. Lexington, 40508 

255-9040, 2S2-I9S5 
Hughes, Rufus, Box 282, Whitlev, 42653, 376-2979. 376 

9788 
Hummel, Thomas, 7850 Campus Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45242 

791-91 84. 793-iRI 1 
Hunt, William G., 266 S. Highland, Winchester, 40391, 744 

9215, 744-6000 
Hunter, Harold J., 9025 D Estrada, Ft. Knox, 40121, 624 

7772, 624-2541 
Hutchinson, 3051 Kirklevington, No, 139, Lexington, 40503 

272-0313 „, , , 

Hyde, Robert L., Lot 20, Ashgrove Estates, Rt. 1, Nicholas 

ville, 40356, 273-1 305, 272-761 1 
Hyland, Frank Dixon, P. O. Box 465, South Webster, 45682 

778-3325. 574-6108 
Idol. Bill Joe, Sr., 124 Leafwood Rd., Middlesboro, 40965 

248-2837, 248-1371 
Irby, Mike, Box 133, Burkesville, 42717, 864-3830, 864 

3451 
Isham, Mark V., Route No. 3, Lawrenceburg, 40242, 839 

381 1, 564-6991 
Isgrigg, Rose Maris, Rt. 2. Box 445. Cecilia. 42724. 862-4994 

258-8319 
Isham, Buford, Rt. 3, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839-3811,452 

4422 
Jackson, Dennis, 1345 North 10th, Paducah, 42001, 442 

0867, 443-5177 
Jackson, Ed, 2507 W. 9th St., Owensboro, 42301, 684-4664 

926-3200, Ext. 272 
Jackson, Stephen A., R. R. No. 1, Glencoe, 41046. 567 

2 3 6 6. 5761 
Jackson. Robert H.. Box 76. 474-9477 
Jarvis. Robert M., 107 Elm St., Pikeville, 41501, 432-1086, 

432-4196 
Jeffers, Steve, 103 King St., Barbourville, 40906, 546-3760, 

546-5101 
Jenkins, Jerry. Rt. 6, Cynthiana, 41031 , 234-3350, 234-3253 
Jenkins, Phillip M., Box 470, Martin, 41649, 285-9373 
Jenkins, Burney R., Rt. 1-No. 37, Scotland Woods, George- 
town, 40324, 863-3612, 863-3805 
Jent, Richard L., 5561 Nickview Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45239, 

385-3484, 932-12 1 1 -X378 
Johns. James E., 52 Madison Village, Richmond, 40475, 624- 

2526, 232-3597 
Johnson,' Bonnie, Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, 42728, 

384-4359, 384-2126 
Johpson, Frank James. Box 251, Guthrie, 42234,484-2 344 
Johnson, Gavie, 6703 Shelburn Dr., Crestwood, 40014, 241- 

1357 222-1451 
Johnson; Harry B., Rt. 4, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-4009, 

272-4702 



Johnson, John L., Rt. 1, Box 569. Clintwood, VA, 24228, 

835-8203, 865-5126 
Johnson, W. Lynn, P. O. Box 329, Morehead, 40351, 784 

5393, 845-2551 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145, Hitchins, 41 146, 474-5908, 474 

5721 
Johnson, Willis C, Rt. 1, Box 866, Poplar Hts., Grayson 

41143, 474-4201. 474-5421 
Jones. Alexander, Jr.. 12007 Luray Ct.. Louisville. 40223 

425-5780. 893-3041-Xll 
Jones, Eddie, Route 4, Box 765, Morehead, 40351, 784-5231 
Jones, Denver "Smokey", P. O. Box 700, Hazard, 41701,439 

1812,436-2095 
Jones, Douglas, Route 2, Eubank, 42567. 423-2556 
Jones, Frank, T. No. 5, Box 1 32, Manchester, 40962, 598-3952 

598-5127 
Jones, Ken L.. Rt. No. 3, Kennedy Rd.. Greenville, 42345 

338-5711, 338-4592 
Kazunas, Gerald L., 2025 Lauderdale Rd., Louisville, 40205 

454-5462, 426-2000, Ext. 277 
Keatley, James H.^ Rt. 2. Box 110, Delbarton, 25670, 426 

6173,426-655^ 
Keeling, Reuben, 175 Augusta Ave., Paducah, 42001 , 554-401; 
Kellam, Steven Louis, Route 3, Dry Ridge, 41035, 428-3398 

781-5227 
Kelly, Dolph, Box 31, Dorton, 41520, 639-6932 
Kemper, Nancy B., 345 Melbourne Way, Lexington, 40502 

278-4320 
Kendall, David, Rt. 4, Box 248, Bowling Green, 42101, 843 

1885 
Kerr, Richard L., Route 1, Box 25, Glendale, 42740, 854 

5036, 769-5537 
Kersey, Andy, Barton Mill Apts., Apt. B., Corbin, 40701, 

528-7122, 528-2500 
Kessinger, Michael W., P. O. Box 89, Inez, 41224, 298-3726 

298-3591 
Kirk, Charles. P. O. Box 543, Cumberland, 40823, 589-2086 

675-331 1 
Kirk, Walter C, Rt. 2, Box 641, Ashland, 41101, 928-9402 

324-1882 
Kirkland, John Drew, P. O. Box 684, Owensboro, 42301 

926-2488, 684-1404 
Kistner, Gary L., 6405 Birch Line Blvd., Louisville, 40291 

239-8642 
Kistner, Gary Wayne, Rt. No. 2, Box 285, Ashland, 41101 

625-3663, 625-2821 
Klausing, Donald J., 1900 Dorothy Ave., Louisville, 4020S 

451-4396 
Kloofetos, Louis, 2702 Pioneer Rd., Shively, 40216, 448 

9627 937-5972 
Klump. William R., 141 5 Goddard Avenue, Louisville. 40204 

45^1-0236. 584-7371. Ext. 378 
Knight. Tommy, 326 W. Water Street. Mayfield, 42066, 856 

3411 
Kolpek, David R., 309 Mariemont Dr., Lexington, 40505 

199-5814 
Kristof, David, 5598 Clearidge Lane, Cincinnati, 45239 

385-2930 
Lamastus. Randall. Route No. 1. Rockfield, 42274, 842 

1302. 782-1555 
Lamar, Huston O.. Box 116, Cloverport, 40111, 788-6045 

527-4349 
Landis, Matthew K., 2828 Wintergarden, Lexington, 40502 

269-8516 
Lankford, Edwin J., Country Club Dr., Lebanon, 40033, 69; 

3690, 692-6271 
Larimore, Steve, 890 Fairview Ave., G-106, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-6076, 745-2153 
Larkin, John Arnold, R. R. No. 3, Box 2 19, Eubank, 42567 

379-2223, 678-4405 
Larue, Wm. D. Jr., P. O. Box 63, Salem, 42078, 988-3138 

388-7562 
Lasky, Barbara A., 8010 Mary Sue Dr.. Louisville. 40291 

239-6613, 625-5000 
Laster, David W., Rt. 6, Russellville, 42276, 726-6675, 542 

4175 
Latham, Billy, R. 3, Box 255, Clinton, 42031, 653-4190, 

653-5521 
Lawson, Rondell, Garrett, 41630, 358-3531, 447-2042 
Lawson, Sonny, Box 34, Artemus, 40903, 546-5319, 546 

3149 
Layne, Bert, Box 96, Eastern. 4 1622, 358-3111, 358-9543 
Lavne. Malcom D.. Box 103. Ivel. 41642. 478-9221. 377-6702 
Leber. Jerry L.. Rt. 2. Chrisman Ln., Danville, 40422. 236 

0277, 622-2236 
Ledford, Thomas B., 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell, 42223 

431-4482 
Lee, Charles J., Box 57, Williamsburg, 40769, 549-3766 

528-5851 
Lee, David F., 6810 Dartmoor Dr., Louisville, 40222, 425 

3863 
Lee, William A., Box No. 116, Wallins Creek, 40873, 664 

2127, 573-5027 
Lehkamn, Ken, 106 Ohio Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441 

1475\ 781-3333 
Letcher, Ronnie, R. R. No. 2. Carlisle, 4031 1 , 289-5573, 289 

2208 
Lewis, Milton H. Ill, 429 Forest Avenue, Maysville, 41056 

564-4465, 564-4462 
Liedtke, Joseph, 6805 Moorhaven Dr., Louisville, 40228 

239-1606, 964-3378 
Liggett, Ernie, 46 Home St., Newport, 41071, 491-8061, 221- 

12 34 
Linder. Ricky Paul, 135 McCormack Dr., Elizabethtown, 42701 , 

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Listerman, Michael L., Box 213-A, Carthage Rd., California 

41007, 635-5135, 781-3333 
Littlepage, Pryce, 61Q Park Street, Madisonville. 42431, 821 

1642, 821-4547 
Loeser, Alan J., 3824 Chatham Rd., Louisville, 40218, 451 

9084, 587-5726 
Lofton, Charles A., Rt. 1, Box 447, Calvert, 42029, 395 

7379, 527-8688 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett, 42402, 827-5000, 827 

1867 
Lone, Robert F., 664 Lombardy Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299 

7226, 253-242 1, Ext. 158 
Long, Scottie J., Rt. 5, Box 232, Henderson, 42420, 826 

f4l9 
Looney, James O., Gen. Del., Ashcamp, 41512, 754-9300 

754-4866 
Loperfido, Richard O., 207 5th St., Greenup, 41144, 473 

3761, 353-2131 
Louden, Forrest W., Box 224, Bedford, 40006, 255-3538 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown, 40324, 863 

1440, 863-3805 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae, Rt. 1. Box 326, DunnviUe, 42528, 787 

7458, 787-6154 
Lyons, David C, Hardinsburg. 40143, 756-5177, 756-2164 
McAlister, Caswell, 210 A Street-Price Road, Lexington 

40505, 254-2173, 255-3612 = X247 
McAlister, James, 366 S. Main St., Eminence, 40019, 845 

McAnaUy, Thomas E.. 411 1 Glen Hill Manor Dr., Louisville 

40272, 937-5368, 447-3442 
McCarley, John W., R. R. No. 2, Edmonton, 42129,432-5012 

432-2481 
McCarthy, Steve, 170 Poplar Ridge Rd., Alexandria, 41001 

635-9038, 581-4422 
McClure, Jerry, 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299 

5465, 293-1812 
McCormick, Roy, Box 303, Aberdeen, OH 45101, 795-2441 

795-2591 
McGavic, Ronald L., 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville, 40216 

447-2170. 367-3490 
McGinty, L. V. Jr., 3927 Primrose PI., Paducah, 42001, 442 

8080, 442-8050 
McGrath, Robert C, 3221 Tara Gale Dr., Louisville, 40216 

447-0346, 776-2773 
McDowell, Benny D., 853 Collins Road, Villa Hills, 41016 

341-0949, 341-4406 
McGrew, Stephen R., 6705 Barbrook Road, Louisville, 40251 

935-9151, 778-5591 
McKenty, Larry, Route 9, Benton, 42025, 527-1405 
McKenzie, James M., 3234 Ridgeway Drive, Ashland, 41 101 

324-7905, 325-1414 
McKenzie, Dwight E., 1327 Grandview Dr., Ashland, 41 101 

325-7081, 696-5672 
McMichael, Pam. 555 Denmark Ave., Louisville, 40215, 367 

7844, 588-659 
:Millin, Larry L , 

241-8998. 222-9461 
McNeill, Barney, Route 1, Bardwell, 42023, 628-3860, 628 

3434 
McNulty, Robert, 200 E. Maxwell, No. 5, Lexington, 40508 

233-3776, 564-5410 
McPeek, Roger C, Box 45 1, Virgie, 41572, 639-9928, 639- 

4415 
McPike, Ray S., Jr., 407 Theatre Bldg., Louisville, 40202, 

451-3832, 585-2832 
Madden, William E.. P. O. Box 86, Sassafras, 41 759,476-805 1 
Maddox, Bobby, Box 6, Glencoe, 41046, 643-3941 
Madison, James H., 429 Linden Lane, Nicholasville, 40356 

887-1047, 885-4144 
Maines, George E., 905 E. Main-Apt. 17, Lexington, 40502, 

269-7707 
Marcum, Allen, 317 College Street, Barbourville, 40906, 546 

4497 
Marquart, Jerome M.. 10410 National Trnpk., Eairdale 

40118, 368-2269, 426-5020 
Marquette, Ralph L., Jr., 231 Hemingway Road, Louisville 

40207, 893-2782, 458-2623 
Martin, Terry Joe, 903 4th St., Corbin, 40701, 528-3463 

528-3140. Ext. 29 
Matheny, Charles E., R. R. No. 8, Mayfield, 42066, 247-6109 
Mathews, Arthur E., 203 Eastland Terr., Henderson, 42420 

826-6733 
Maxey, Michael, Rt. 5, Box 555, London, 40741 , 864-9290 

528-1630 
May, William C, Box 15, Friendship, 45630, 858-5210, 932 

3131 
Mayer, John P., Rt. 2, Box 225, Frenchburg, 40322, 768 

3504, 663-2853 
Maynard, James H., R. R. 40, Box 292, Inez, 41224, 298 

3848, 298-3288 
Maynard, Richard J., Rt. 6, Box 563W, Pikeville, 41501, 437 

7590,432-3380 
Meadors, William J., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green, 42101 

842-4141, 745-3347 
Medley, Frank R., P. O. Box 675, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

4169. 348-9281 
Meek, Jeh\ Rt. 3, Box 388M, Pikeville, 41501 , 432-1280 
Melton, Robert E., 1406 Young Street, Henderson, 42420, 

826-1136, 827-1515 
Mendhall, Paul L., 3366 Lone Lake Dr., Lexington, 40502, 

269-6065, 269-5011, Ext. 243 
Menser, Scott, 317 Keigan St., Dawson Springs, 42408, 797- 

8254, 669-4161 
Meredith, Eric, Rt. 3, Elizabethtown, 42701 , 737-3562 



Meredith, Wilmoth, 5219 Matterhorn Dr., Louisville, 40216, 

447-0449 
Meyer, Raymond F., 3162 Rosina, Latonia, 41015, 261-3272, 

283-2400 
Meyers, John F., Box 513, Maysville, 41056, Bus. 759-7141 
Middleton, John W., 209 Leimaur Dr., Richmond, 40475, 

623-1682, 
Miller, George L., Rt. 1, Eastview, 42732, 862-9220, 737- 

1006 
Miller, Harold P., 103 E. 24th Street, Benton, 42025, 527-8749, 
... 395-7121, Ext. 2363 
Mills, Lawrence, Kt. 1, Box 152, Barbourville, 40906, 546- 

8747, 546-9972 
Mitchell, Curtis N., 413 West Arch St., Madisonville, 42431, 

821-9590 
Mitchell, Douglas, 1312 Chinook Trail, Apt. 4, Frankfort, 

40601. 695-3315, 227-7341 
Mohr, Thomas W., 34 Sunset Dr., Alexandria, 41001, 635- 

5385, 635-4162 
Molands, Lawrence, Clayhole, 41317, 666-8863, 666-7120 
Montgomery, Chester, 901 South Elm St., Henderson, 42420, 

826-7845 
Moore, Franklin "Bud", 5 351 Whitmore Dr., Cincinnati, 45 2 38, 

922-8317, 559-7246 
Moore, James H., R. R. No. 2, Box 92AA, Hardinsburg, 40143, 

788-3978, 927-6961, Ext. 508 
Moore, Marvin, Rt. 5, Scaggs Rd., Morehead, 40351, 784- 

6467, 784-8956 
Morgan, Chuck, 348 Redding Rd., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

6982, 232-2204 
Morgan, Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London, 40741, 864-9253, 

864-5114 
Moore, Phillip H., Rt. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green, 42101, 

781-9340, 781-9647 
Moore, Robert J., 441 Forest Avenue, Erlanger, 41018, 

342-6942,491-6900 
Moorman, Thomas, Box 5 15, Hardinsburg, 40143, 257-8272, 

756-2821 
Morris, Andrew, 750 Shaker Dr. No. 1011, Lexington, 40504, 

277-9222, 564-6716 
Morris, Bobby, Route No. 6, Mayfield, 42066, 247-5312, 

247-1293 
Morris, Carroll D., Rt. 1, Pendleton, 40055, 255-3657 
Morris, Edward C. 153 Raintree Ed., Florence, 41042, 371- 

9496, 727-2333 
Morris, John C. Route 1, Pendleton, 40055, 255-3657 

Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree, No. 1 Lane, Louisville, 40218, 

459-1 549 
Morris, Larry G., Box 1311, Hawesville, 42348, 927-6045, 

927-6921, Ext. 255 
Morris, Rick, Box 364, Lynch, 40855, 848-5628, 848-5486 
Morris, Wain, 303 E. Brown St., Nicholasville, 40356, 887- 

1062, 252-4082 
Morrison, Daniel G., 500 Nutwood Ave., Bowling Green, 

42101, 843-9633 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff, 40160, 

351-3748, 624-4646 
Moser. Rudy C, Box 282, Sebree, 42455, 835-2532 
Mosley, David, R. R. 6, Box 684, London, 40741, 864-4576 
Mueller, Kenneth, 136 Kathleen Dr., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 

331-1864 
Mullinix, Ray, Lynnview Dr., Albany, 42602, 387-6558, 

433-7191 
Mullins, William B., 500 Laketower, No. 11, Lexington, 

40502, 266-3509, 255-3641 
Murdach, Leslie, 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson, 42420, 

827-4133 
Murphy, Michael P.. 2913 Pindell Ave., Louisville, 40217, 

637-7205, 635-6741 
Murphv, Tommy, P. O. Box 171, Wayland, 41666, 358-4063, 

35 8-405 1 
Murrell, Allen L., 1404 Woodhurst Dr., Bowling Green, 42 101, 

843-1290, 745-2466 
Murt, Gene T., 1106 Yarbro Lane, Paducah, 42001, 443- 

7950, 965-3421 
Nash, Richard C, 1625 Alexander, Owensboro, 42301, 684- 

0683, 684-9815 
Neely, Jim Roy, 333 Sioux Trail, Indian Hills, Somerset, 42 501, 

679-5616, 679-4347 
Newman, William O., 2535 Ritchie Street, Portsmouth, 45662, 

353-6257, 947-2131 
Newsome, Cecil Jr., Box 56, Teaberry, 41660, 587-2755, 

377-2410 
Newsome, Gerald D., Grethel, 4163 1 , 587-2844, 587-2212 
Newton, Dennis W., 6002 Athens Dr., Louisville, 40219, 

966-3027 
Norwood, Thomas R., 811 Henry St., Franklin, 42 134, 586- 

3614 
O'Brien, Julius D., Jackson St., Elizabethtown, 42701, 737- 

4837. 351-3167 
O'Cull, John Darrell, Rt. 1, Tollesboro, 41189, 784-6124, 

784-6661-X380 
Ogden, Paul J., Jr., 1017 Oriole Ct., Louisville, 40213, 635- 

6852, 451-0465 
Olinger, Anthony G., 1129 Armstrong Mill Rd., Lexington, 

40502, 272-7129, 269-3226 
Osborne, Ronnie, R. R. Box 242-A, Baxter, 40806, 573- 

7264, 573-1450 
Overstreet, Walter R., 1141 Briarwood Dr., Lexington, 4051 1, 

255-3461, 232-3817 
Owens, Bruce E., P. O. Box 917, Harlan, 40831, 573-3419, 

573-1661 
Owens, Greg, Rt. 6, Box 55, Russellville, 42276, 726-6532, 
Owens, Jerry W., Chenoa, 40925, 337-5784, 337-2244 



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Owsley, Robert, 201 E. 6th St., Lexington, 40508, 255-6269 

254-2200 
Owens. Ronnie L., Rt. 6, Box 611, London, 40741, 878 

8862, 878-6320 
Pace. Donald, 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington, 405 11 , 293 

0181. 252-5669 
Pack, Judy A., Rt. 1, Brandenburg, 40108, 422-3893, 624 

3048 
Pace. James N.. Box 434, Corbin, 40701, 528-8263 
Paitsel, James D., Jr., P. O. Box 176, Fulton, 42041, 472 

3874, 472-3271 
Palko, Edward T., R-1, Owenton Road, Frankfort, 40601 

223-8833. 873-454) 
Parker, Stephen L., Rt. 5, Box 344, Maysville, 41056, 759 

7452 
Parks, J. Thomas IlL 104 Darleen, Richmond, 40475, 624 

2102. 
Passafiume, Jerome Jr., 4425 Rockwood Dr., Louisville 

40220. 458-8861 
Peak, Barbara A., 2313 Mercer Avenue, Shively, 4021 6, 447 

4480, 587-7371, Ext. 320-322 
Pear, Russell, 147 Malabu, No. 2-C, Lexington, 40503, 277 

2926, 258-2898 
Pearson, William M., 61 8 Main St., Williamsburg, 40769, 549 

5872 
Peden, Harlan C, II, Rt. 6, Box 147, Hopkinsville, 42240 

885-4238, 886-4459 
Peeno. Harry R., 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright, 41011, 331 

1981 
^hrej ,.___. 

6265. 886-2475 
Pelphrey, Paul L., Box 601, Morehead, 40351, 784-5919 

784-8971 
Pendleton, Lonnie, Rt. 1, Sharpsburg, 40374, 247-2639 

674-2421 
Penner, Daniel H., 305 Kline Ave., Louisville, 40207, 897 

0085, 935.-134S 
Perkins, Richard, 209 Normandy Circle, Versailles, 40383 

873-4183, 232-3470 
Perry, Herman G.. Rt. 1. Baedad. 40003.747-8882,695-2100 
Perry, James E., Rt. No. 6, Box 90, Paducah, 42001, 554 

2945, 444-7251. Ext. 69 
Peters, hred E., 542 Parkside Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299 

6311, 233-2661 
Peyton, William R., Rt. 1, Sulphur, 40070, 743-5449 
Phelps, Jimmy, 205 Moren Rd., London, 40741, 864-6215, 

878-7000 
Phillips, Carol S., Rt. 2. Box 194F, Glasgow, 42141, 646- 

2731, 678-0203 
Phillips, Gene, Box 1 19, Belfry , 415 14, 353-7819, 353-7230 
Phillips, Harold, Rt. 2, Box 194F, Glasgow, 42141,646-2731 

651-5196 
Phillips, Samuel, Rt. 1, Box 289A, Cynthiana, 41031, 234 

3(507 
Phillips, Thomas M., Rt. 2, Box 457, Pikeville, 41501, 639 

4f52. 432-3380 
Phipps, Charles R., P. O. Box 33, Hazel Green, 41332, 662 



ipps, L 
6B73 



Phipps. Dannie Lee, Rt. 2, Box 171 Kl, Hazel Green, 41332 

662-9683, 668-6585 
Pickett, Kenneth H., WKU Keen Hall 328, Bowling Green 

42101, 748-4096 
:krell, Jen 

7171. 27 
Pierce. Francis D., Jr., 1187A Drennan Park, Ft. Campbell 

42223.431-5231. 431-7465 
Piercefiefd, Dan, Rt. 5, Box 442, Benton, 42025, 354-8726 

354-8157 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin, 40701, 523-0272 

528-1630 
Pigman, Robert Hays, P. O. Box 391, Hindman, 41822, 785 

5541, 432-5501 
Plummer, William B., Rt. No. 1 , Box 104 H, Greenup, 41 144 

473-6289. 329-7857 
Poe, Thomas E. (Buddie), Rt. 2, Calvert City, 42029,395 

7595 753-8111 
Powell, Billy R., Box 108, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-8702 

754-9098 
Powell, Robert M., 531 Shoshoni Trail, Georgetown, 40324 

863-9314, 254-7795 
Prater, Otis, 407 W. Jefferson, Berea, 40403, 986-8729, 256 

4816 
Proffitt, Carlie M., R. R. No. 4, Tompkinsville, 42 167, 4 34 

2396 
Pruitt, Gregory D., Box 5 578, Hart Hall, Murray, 42071,767 

2423 
Purcell, J. Kenneth, 1308 Diuguid Road, Murray, 42071 

753-8233, 762-4459 
Pvle, James F.. Route 1. Mavsville, 4105 6, 883-3442 
Quisenberry, David, Powderly, 42367, 338-3182, 274-3334 
Racke, Jerry W., Ill Orchard Lane, Alexandria, 41001 , 635- 



Ra 



^ve., Ashland, 41101, 324-lS 



eke, Jerry W., 1 1 1 Orchard 

2446.635-4161 ^, 
djunas, Ed, 1644 Elliott Av 

325-8586-Ext. 235 
Radiunas, John B., A 508 Cross Keys Blvd., Crestwood, 

40014, 241-4751, 732-5215 
Rains, Everett Paul, Rt. 4, Box 922, Williamsburg, 40769, 

549-0240, 549-0100 
Randolph, Elwood, 136 Jefferson Ave., Danville, 40422, 

236-2492, 272-0214 
Raybourne, Pat L., 616 Cardiff Lane, Lexington, 40503, 277- 

1618 
Raymer, Don L., Rt. 2, Hillcrest Rd., Bowling Green, 42101, 

781-2076, 843-9041 



Read, Ray V., 2212 Belmont Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 684- 

4323. 683-2996 
Reader, Robert N., 8101 Nancy Lane, Louisville, 40258, 

935-6296, 772-3661, Ext. 2543 
Redle, Joel E., 6504 Sherlock Way, Louisville, 40228, 239- 

7955, 452-4902 
Reffitt, Thomas E., Rt. 3, Owingsville, 40360, 674-2822, 

498-2660 
Reinle, Ronnie, Route No. 1, Box 174, Cox's Creek, 40013, 

348-8100, 348-8863 
Rhodus, Harry D., 1805 Barwick Dr., Lexington, 40505, 

299-9177, 232-2943 
Rice, Tim, Rt. 1, Box 42, Betsy Layne, 41605, 478-5368 
Rice, W. S., 521 N. Mantle, Elizabethtown, 42701,765-7509, 

765-7-508 
Riley, Jeffrey L., 216 Rosewood Dr., Bardstown, 40004, 

348-3114, 348-4906 
Riley, Robert Allan, 109 Djeddah Dr., Lawrenceburg, 40342, 

839-6608, 839-3061 
Revis, David G., 309 Summit Dr., Campbellsville, 42718, 

465-2385 
Rhodes, Cecil, Box 291, Barbourville, 40906, 546-4777 
Rhodes, Elbert, 305 Westside Ave., Earlington, 42410, 383- 

4951 
Rich, Dennis W.. Rt. No. 2. Salem Creek Rd., Crittenden, 

41030. 485-4578, 371-8575 
Ringstaff, Roy, R. R. No. 2, Box 44-A, Burna, 42028, 988- 

3183. 395-4156 
Ritchie, William H., 6805 Jumper Ct., Fern Creek, 40291, 

239-2572 
Ritter, Tommy, Sweeden, 42285. 286-4377, 748-5695 
Roberts, Teri, 9918 Michaele Ln., Louisville. 40299, 267- 

4178. 267-5436 
Robinson, Larry G., Rt. 40, Davis Branch, Paintsville, 41240, 

789-4840 
Robinson, Larry M., Box 6, Paintsville, 41240, 789-1733, 

789-1440. E^xt. 247 
Robinson, Mary H., 1100 Williams St., Flatwoods, 41139, 

836-4330, 836-8135 
Robinson, Thomas T.. 2612 Lincoln Ave., Ashland, 41101, 

324-9846. 324-61 1 1 
Roesel, Joseph F., 945 Collins Rd., Villa Hills, 41011, 331- 

1880. 292-4242 
Rogers, Ralph, Box 153, Horse Cave, 42749, 524-0371, 786- 

2111 
Roof, David H., Rt. 10, Box 69, Paducah, 42001 , 554-3111, 

442-7551 
Rouse, Thomas L., 520 Erianger Road, Erlanger, 41018, 727- 

3943 
Russell, Clement, 1734 Deer Park Ave., Louisville, 40205, 

451-4171,367-6411 
Russell, Robert, 1739 Speck Ave., Louisville, 40205, 459- 

5584, 588-4470 
Salyer Henry E., 5602 Spicewood Lane, Louisville, 40219, 

Sam^mons?^d. J., Red Jacket, Box 57, W. Va., 25692, 426- 

4171, 235-2122 
Sanders, Donald E., 1012 College Courts, Murray, 42071, 

767-2455, 762-2786 
Sapp, Ema Jr., Rt. 4, Box 332, Sycamore Lane, Leitchfield, 

42754, 259-3237, 259-4078 
Sargent, Danny B., Rt. 5, Box 146, Berea, 40403, 986-8628, 

Saylors, Carlee, 1700 Main, Murray, 42071 , 753-7979, 924- 

5602 
Schneider, Don, 5697 Biscayne Avenue, Cincinnati, 45211, 

574-2898, 421-1800, Ext. 609 
Schultz, Larry D., 5492 D Jamison St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-3690. 624-1633 
Schutte, Bruce M., 2646 Kings Highway, Louisville, 40205, 

459-4179. 581-3236 
Scott. Emmanuel, 1604 Potter PI., Cincinnati, 45207, 281- 

6928, 321-3916 
Scott, Jerrv, 3422 Coldstream Ct., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

6064, 232-7646 
Scott, Travis Paul, Route 1. Columbia, 42728, 384-4811 
Scott, William Earl, 768 Longwood Drive, Lexington, 40503, 

276-3719, 277-5430 
Sears, Wilson, 1406 Sherwood Dr., Bowling Green, 42101, 

843-2268, 842-1674 
Sellier, Ed, 520 Cricklewood Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

8042, 299-4027 
Selvv, Curt, 103 Steele, Corbin 40701. 528-4677 
Shaffer, Robert Lynn, Jeff, 4175 1 . 439-3274 
Shake, Kenneth L., 8321 Cedar Creek Rd., Louisville, 40291, 

239-0613, 367-501 1 
Shartzer, Stephen Kent, 906 Gagel Ave., Louisville, 40216, 

363-3252 
Shaw, Don, 200 Tammie Tr., Campbellsville, 42718, 465- 

4002, 465-2877 
Shaw, Earl, 12 1 Hagan Court, Lancaster, 40444, 792-2370, 

792-3018 
Shearer, Robert L., 500 Cleveland St., Elizabethtown, 42701, 

737-3586, 769-3381 
Shepherd, Larry Nolan, 11024 Neptune Place, Louisville, 

40272. 935-3195, 581-3411 
Shields, Donald C, 555 Coachlight Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 

331-8887, 791-1680 
Shipp, David E.. 133 Hartweg Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781- 

1 163 
Shive, Douglas, Rt. 4, Box 76, Campbellsville, 42718, 465- 

4394 
Shuck, Thomas Grant, 2073 Williamsburg Rd., Lexington, 

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^'^'897-0438,'T^7"8u'E'xr''284' '^'"■' Louisville, 40206 
^'%^4'0^95^'3304'^' ^''^ Route, Shepherdsville, 40165, 957 
Simpson .Dianna L., Box 424, South Shore, 41 175, 932-3613 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore, 41 175, 932-3613 

§32-3131 
Simpson, Randy, 3987 Thomas Dr., Erlanger, 41018, 283 

2842, 342-6400 
Sims, Frank D., 4413 Mann Ave., Louisville, 40215, 367 

0524, 634-1511, Ext. 212 
Sims, Roy V., Rt. 1, Ledbetter, 42058, 898-7403, 443-6210 
Sirls, Brenda, Rt. 5, Benton, 42025. 354-6900 
Skaggs, Bobby L., 619 Old State Road, Brandenburg, 40108, 

422-2492 422-3363 
Skaggs, Robert L., Hilldales Acres, Leitchfield, 42754, 259- 

3438, 259-4144 
Sketch, Gregory V., 320 Park Ave., Ludlow, 41016, 581- 

0602. 727-3293 
Smallwood, Talmadge, R. R. No. 2, Stanton, 40380,663- 

2096, 663-2544 
Smiley, James F., Ulvah, 41856, 633-4366 
Smith, Bruce E., 174 Shive Ln. Estates, Bowling Green, 42101, 

781-5078, 842-6541 
Smith, Donald R., Box 236 Kirwan Tower (U.K.), Lexington, 

40506. 257-2100 
Smith, Gary, Box 7. Ariay, 40902. 337-9908. 337-3512 
Smith, Gary Lee, 215 Cumberland Ave., Harlan, 40831, 573 

5520, 573-2351 
Smith, Judy L., Rt. 3, Richmond, 40475, 369-5217, 624 

2091 
Smith, L. Benny, Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester, 40962, 598 

6954, 598-5210 
Smith, Rod, 922 Belvoir Dr., Frankfort, 40601, 223-2119 

564-4628 
Smith, Ronald A., 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington, 40505, 299 

9688. 255-5661. Ext. 279 
Smith, Roy M., Ned, 41355, 666-7813, 666-7775 
Smith, Timmy, P. O. Box 145, Leburn, 41831, 785-3346,785 

3759 
Smith, Virginia Lee, Rt. I, Box 233A, Baxter, 40806, 573 

2488, 573-4900 
Smith, William E., 4133 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati, 452 36 

791-3082. 745-3504 
Smoot, Kenneth C., 548 Broadway, Carlisle, 40311, 289 

7338, 289-2252 
Sneed, Ricky Louis, 4212 Buxton Dr., Louisville, 40218 

491-5432. 588-6695 
Sorrell. Steven R.. 417 Rosemont Park Hills, 4101 1,291-5007 
Sorrell, Thomas V., 417 Rosemont, Covington, 41011, 291 

5007 
Sowder Bill D., R. 31, Box 306, Mt. Vernon, 40456, 256 

Spahr, David L., Box 1395, Paducah, 42001, 554-2304 
Spalding, Guy C. II, 10208 Windrow Ct., Louisville, 40223 

245-3086, 581-4380 
Spalding, J. ftandall, 108 Ball Ave., Springfield, 40069, 336 

9297. 348-921 1 
Sparrow, John A., 753 Greenwood Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330 

734-7913, 254-2334 
Spears, Ronnie G., Box 18, Feds Creek, 41524, 835-2605 

83 5 22 80 
Spencer, Irvin E.. R. 1, Old State Rd., Brandenburg, 40108, 

422-3294, 422-4931 
Spicer, David I., 127 Morehead St., Central City, 42330, 754 

1379 
Spoonamore, Jim, Oakwood Estates, Stanford, 40484, 365 

2348, 232-3105 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff, 40160 

351-9482, 624-3165 
Springate, Bobby, U.S. 127 South, Rt. 2, Harrodsburg, 40330 

734-7562, 734-7483 
Spurlock, Elder Lamarr, Printer, 41655, 285-3796, 874-2172 

Ext. 216 
Stacy, Donnie R., General Delivery, Bonnyman, 41719, 436 

6209.439-1519 
Stagnolia, Eugene, 308 New York Rd., Cumberland, 40823 

589-2344, 589-4625 
Stark, Allan D., Rt. 2, Bedford, 40006, 255-731 1, 347-9981 
Stark, Douglas O., R. R. 2, Bedford, 40006, 255-3672, 265 

4722 
Stein, James K., 3324 Placid PL, Owensboro 42301, 683- 

4706. 683-6414 
Stephens, Billy Joe, Box 172, Mauking, 41837, 633-0011 

439-2343 

Stephenson, Harry S., 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington 
_,y^- 



40505, 299- 



233-8221 



282-3335, 367-3360 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford, 40006, 255-3285 

265-4717 
Stevenson, Michael G.. Cresent Lane, Russellville, 42276 

726-94S3, 726-9531, Ext. 42 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School Street, Leitchfield, 42754 

259-3885. 259-3161 
Stober Martha J., 10123 Headley Hill, Louisville, 40223 

425-5411 
Stoker, Steven B. P. O. Box 5, 114 Viceln, Burlington, 41005 

586-7290,684-3517 
Stokes, Tommy G., Box 264, Sacramento, 42372, 736-2956 

338025 1 
Stone, Myra, Box 224, Clay City, 40312. 663-2924 
Stone, Sidney P., 318 E., Waller, Morganfield, 42437, 389 

3962, 389-1531 



Stovall, Cathy, 214 Sage Road. Louisville. 40207. 896-6237 
Strain, Richard P., Rt. No. 2, Pinewood Dr., Radcliff, 40160 

351-4306,624-2214 
Straus, William W., 121 Todds Rd., Apt. 47, Lexington, 40509, 

Strong, Charles E., Jr., 5417 Dannyboy Ln., Louisville, 

40214,3661060 
Studle, Ronald O., 807 N. Race, Glasgow, 42 141, 651-5 548 

292-6568 
Sullivan, Dan L., 132 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781- 

0897,491-1125 
Sutton, James A., 2111 Sutton Dr., Henderson, 42420, 826- 

6840 
Swope, Thomas, 645 S. O'Fallon Ave., Bellevue, 41073, 291- 

0323 
Szyper, Richard T., 9210 Walter Rd., Louisville, 40291 . 239- 

6676, 361-2605 
Tackett, Gene, Box 127, Melvin, 41650, 452-2239 
Tarry, William Robert "Bud", Route 5, Glasgow, 42141, 6 78- 

2539, 427-2611 
Tarvin, Roger W., 2499 Woodhill Ct.. Apt. 4. Crescent 

Springs 4101 1, 33 1 -8447, 43 1-7650 
Taylor, Bill. 7307 Meadow Road, Crestwood, 40014, 241- 

9201, 222-0485 
Taylor, Carl D., 3010 Belhaven Dr.. Russell. 41169, 836- 

5101, 325-7703 
Taylor, Donald D., 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville, 40213, 454- 

0979, 637-6511, Ext. 35 
Thomas, Ben, 151 Todds Rd., Apt. 480, Lexington, 40509, 

266-1760. 266-0433 
Thomas, Bobby, Pintop, 41843, 642-3988 
Thomas, Durward C, Rt. 3, Duncan Lane, Central City, 

42330, 754-5766, 338-3772 
Thomas, 'John, 109 Cooper Dr., Lebanon, 40033, 692-4018, 

336-7367 
Thomas, Leonard A., 1213 Carter, Ashland, 41101, 324- 

0586, 329-7441 
Thompson, Beth, 9809 Encino Ct., Louisville, 40223, 425- 

1 368. 584-6145 
Thompson, Gary, Rt. No. 1, Mt. Sterling, 40353, 498-2632, 

232-7218 
Thompson, Gerald D., 4200 Cottage Hill Rd., Louisville, 

40299. 491-0198, 5 88-1301 
Thompson, Jerry W.. 1401 Sleeping Hollow, Ft. Wright, 

Thompson, Joe, R. R. 3, Owingsville, 40360, 498-2660, 498- 
0745 



Thompson, Thomas A., 2504 Larkin Rd., Apt. No. 190, 

Lexington, 40503, 277-1 769, 564-7996 
Thompson, Tom D., 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 

341-1809, 292-4034 
Thomson, Cecil W., 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro, 42301, 

684-4962 
Thornberry, Gary Edward, Rt. 2, Box 368A, Lawrenceburg, 

40342, 839-6"434, 839-6100 
Thornbury, Brice, Rt. 3, Box 560A, Ashland, 41101, 325- 

8603, 739-4181 
Thornsberry, Ricky, P. O. Box 67, Bevinsville, 41606, -452- 

4424 
Ticknor, Bill, 302 Lansdown, Grayson, 41143, 474-4789, 

474-5136 
Tindall, Clifford, 721 MacDonald Rd., Fairdale, 401 18, 361- 

2953 
Tinsley, Marion F., Box 447, Central City, 42330, 754-3608, 

754-4870 
Tolliver, Jerry L., Box 162, Frenchburg, 40322, 768-2804, 

768-2844 
Trapp, Charles W., 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria, 41001, 635- 

Trenkamp, Gene, 3906 Huntington Ave., Covington, 41015, 

431-8446, 371-0091 
Troxall, Keith, 205 North Franklin St., Glasgow, 42141, 651- 

5838, 651-5011 
Tucker, Joseph P., 4 Beemon Lane, Florence, 41042, 325- 

1886, 242-4343 
Tucker, Phillip A. 719 Burke Ave., Prestonsburg, 41653, 



886-6067. ■437"-'^311 
Turner. Keenan V.. Box 



3X 720. Somerset. 42501, 423-3624, 

679-6361 

Turner, Michael E., Quicksand, 41363. 666-7897, 666-7555 
Turpin, Donald W., 3279 Bowie Dr., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

2310, 2591331 
Turpin, Ronald D., 1220 Gainesway Dr., Lexington, 40502, 

572-3707, 259-1331 
Tuttle, John, Rt. 6, Box 109, Ashland, 41101, 928-5279, 

325-4706 
Tuttle, Walter E., 1053 Patricia Lane, Lexington, 40511, 

255-6960, 254-3321 
Tyler, Kenneth, R. R. 1, Arlington, 42021, 655-5771, 335- 

3131, Ext. 270 
Urlage, Dick, 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441- 

5513. 874-8820 
Vance, G. Scott, 3232 13th St., Ashland, 41101, 325-9461, 

324-6191 
Vance, Hunter, Jr., 214 Robin Road, Bowline Green, 42101, 

842-3595 
Vance, Michael D., Box 176 McCloud Ave., Worthington, 

41183,836-4607,836-9525 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1978 



Vance, Tammy Sue. Box 332, Pine Ton. 41843, 642-3823 
Vanover, J. W.. Box 108, Jackhorn, 41825, 855-7049, 633- 

2168 
Vanover, Larry W., 820 Malabu Dr.,No. 313, Lexington, 40502, 

276-1068 
Vanover, Tommy, Box 241, Neon, 41840, 85 5-7507 
Vanover, Wiley G.. Box 109. Jackhorn. 41825. 855-4620 
Vaughn. Jim W.. Box 1914, 2825 Lexington Rd., Louisville, 

40206,897-4175 
Vaughn, "Ronald B.. 1626 Lee Dr., Henderson, 42420, 826- 

Vaught 'Marvin W.. 107 Starlit Dr., Somerset. 42501. 679- 

1858, 678-5101 
VanHooser, Hhillip, 61 Riviera Courts, Murray, 42071, 759- 

4172 
Vincent, Gary L., Rt. I. Box 354. Mavfield. 42066. 247-3198 
Vincent. Jack. P. O. Box 144. Uptin. 42784. 373-6991 
Vinson. Ray T., 610 Osage Avenue, Campbellsville, 42718, 

789-1621, 465-7163 
Vories, Dick, 39E, Kimberlv, Ft. Thomas. 41075. 781-1391 . 

771-6040 
Vories. Gary W.. 10 Goetz Dr., Cold Spring, 41076, 441- 

0540., 388-2789 
Vories. Rent. 6 Rosetta Dr.. Burlmgton, 41005, 586-6462, 

388-2000 
Votaw, Tony R., 219 Southport Dr., Lexington, 40503, 

276-1357. 232-2691 
Wade, Charles O.. 453A 8th Ave., Ft. Knox. 40121, 624- 

7193 624-6575 
Wade, Kent, 358 Bob-O-Link Dr.. Lexington, 40503. 276- 

4118. 272-3428. 255-0835 
Wade. Sharon. 429 West Main. Lebanon. 40033 
Wages. Robert P.. 779 Crimson Dr., Worthington, 41183, 

Wallace^ John, 123 Woodland Dr., Somerset, 42501,679-2766, 

636-6421 
Wallen, Wendell L., Box 264. Allen. 41601, 874-2512 
Wallenfelsz, David E., 2314 Espy Lane, Flatwoods, 41139. 

836-5422 
Ward, James R., 4705 Haney Way, Louisville, 40272, 937- 

3977. 566-4546 
Ward. Robert L.. 2040 Washington St., Henderson, 42420, 

822-3805, 827 3810 
Washnock, Richard L., 6414 Sugar Tree Dr.. Independence, 

41051,356-5148,784-9962 
Ward, Nan K., Box 185, Salt Lick, 40371,683-4081,683-3341 
Watson, Dave, Rt. 2, Box 1 54. Wallingford. 41093, 783-3455, 

876-3087 
Weber, Thomas C. 5809 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville, 40391 , 

239-5066, 426-6020 
Webster, Norman E., Route 2. Cedar Dale Dr., Morgantown, 

42261, 526-3997 
Weihe, Robert J., 1897 Princeton Dr.. Louisville, 40205, 

459-6397. 776-4651. Ext. 261 
Weinel. Timothy Wayne, 261 Old Decoursey Pike, Covington 

41015,531-6863,241-4554 
Welch, Eddie L.. 618 Winslow Street, Carrollton, 41008, 

732-6894, 732-4346 
Wells, Huston, No. 32. Oxford PL. Westwood Pk., Frankfort, 

40601. 227-7435. 223-2301 
Wells. Lewis E.. B-3, Mt. Victor Apt.. Bowling Green, 42101, 

843-2197, 842-0186 
Welscher, Michael Sr., 325 W. 42nd St., Louisville, 40212, 

774-3379 634-1511, Ext. 348 
Westerman, Carol G.. 12 River Hill Road, Louisville, 40207, 

895-1055,896-4838 
Weyer, James G., 42 Scenic View Dr.. Ft. Thomas, 41075. 

781-2220. 491-1 125 
Wheatley, William L.. Route IB. Springfield. 40069. 336- 

9918. 692-6622 
Wheeler, Donald. 402 McGuire St.. Ferguson. 42533. 679- 

2903 
Wheeler. Lou S.. 3317 Cawein Way. Louisville. 40220. 459- 

6196. 584-6193 
Whicker. Alan R.. Box 326. Martin, 41649, 285-9403, 377- 

241 1, Ext. 45 
Whitaker, Charles W.. Star Rt. 1. Box 122, Jackson, 41339, 

666-2101, 666-7581, Ext. 68 
Whitaker, Fess, Box 177 Dupree Hall, E.K.U.. Richmond, 404- 

75.625-5101 
White. William L., Rt. 5. Box 483. Manchester, 40962, 598- 

6382, 598-2194 
Whitehead, Christopher, 14th Ave.. Unit, N.Y., 09025 
Whitley, James R.. 334 N. Miami St.. Trenton. 45067. 988- 

6740. 771-8200 
Whitley. Kim, Rt. 2, Doe Valley Apts. No. 4. Brandenburg. 

40108,828-3250.422-3363 ' 
Whitley. Sharon Ann. 2409 Westwood. Louisville, 40220. 

456-221 5. 589-3790- Ext. 388 
Whitt, Mike, Box 37, North Matewan, 25688, 426-8010 
Whittaker, Wallace E., 713 Gordon Ave.. Bowling Green. 

42101, 781-2029 
Wibbels. Jerry D., 2016 Eagle Pass, Louisville, 30217, 637- 

8895, 459-5900 
Wilferd, Shirley C. Rt. 8. Box 15, Murray, 42071, 75 3-3 04 3, 

753-3263 
Williams, Bobby G., Sonora. 42776. 369-7050. 862-3003 
Williams. Buford W., Jr., 2277'/. Old Millstream Lane. Shep- 

herdsville. 40165. 543-4632. 543-702 1 
Williams, Donald L., Rt. No. 4. Shelby ville. 4006 5. 633-3846, 

845-2 888 
Williams, Gary L., 2 12 Hillview Dr., Shelbyville, 40065, 

633-6029, 897-9481 
Williams, Gregory, 200 Greenbrae Dr., Paducah, 42001, 898- 

3749. 898-6243 



Williams. James A.. 112 Green Street, Horse Cave, 42749, 

786-2867, 758-2214. Ext. 35 
Williams, Laffoon. 2735 Zion Road, Henderson, 42420, 827- 

9720, 7815-Ext. 302 
Williams, Roland E.. 204 E. O'Bryan, Apt. C-2, Bardstown, 

40004, 348-5433, 348-5913 
Williams, Roger, 404 Bond St.. Richmond. 40475, 623-3126, 

623-2416 
Williamson, Kenneth R., 976-Highland Ave., Jackson, 41339, 

666-7709, 666-7454 
Wilson, Kenneth H., Box 1 14, Livermore, 42352, 278-5187, 

278-2327 
Wilson, Paul A.. Irvington. 40146, 547-6655. 547-2971 
Wilson. Plomer C, Jr., Rt. 4. BoxTVl-R 45. Shelbyville, 40065, 

633-5366.477-2201 
Wilson. W. Bruce. 205 N. Maple St.. Somerset, 42501, 679- 

1290, 679-2831 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Dr., Campbellsville, 42718, 465- 

8392,465-5502 
Wingfield, Felix G., 1132 Eastern Pkwy.. Louisville, 40217, 

636-2286, 772-2351 
Wise,Gaila A.. 15 25 Arling Ave.. Louisville, 40215, 3634503 
Witte, Greg, 35 Trapp Ct.. Alexandria, 41001, 635-5857 
Wolfe, Dennis R., 1706 Woodburn Ave., Covington, 41014, 

431-6425, 852-3785 
Wood, Gary L., 227 E. Jackson St., Georgetown, 40324, 863^ 

4569, 863-2393 
Woosley, Darrell, P. O. Box 55, Phelps, 41553, 456-7597 
Woosley. Donald R.. 604 N. 39th Sf, Louisville, 40212, 776- 

2940 
Wright. Gary L., Box 341, Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-5881, 

756-2140 
Wright, Robert T.. 216 Center St., Florence, 41042. 371- 

3361. 341-0400 
Wright. Roy Cable. Box 14. Salt Lick. 40371, 683-2801, 784- 

8500 
Wyatt, Tony D., Rt. 1. Brooksville. 41004. 747-5457 
Yann. Gerald R.. 7710 Whitfield Dr., Louisville, 40218, 491- 

2443 
Yeager, Sharon K.. 1852 Arundel, Apt. A., Lexington, 40505, 

293-1517, 272-8565 
Yelton, Nicholas, 609 East 21st St., Covington, 41014,491- 

7859. 292-4270 „ ., ^ ^ , . .„ 

Yeoman, George T., 6702 Green Meadow Ct., Louisville, 

40207, 895-4003. 367-3011 
Young. Arthur J.. 504 Alumni Tower, MSU, Morehead, 4035 1, 

783-4372 
Young, Tony William, 705 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville, 

42^18, 465-2769,465-8121 
Zachem, John, 1618 Meadowthorpe Ave.. Lexington, 40505, 

259-0631, 564-6995 

Wrestling Officials 

(Continued from inside cover) 

Easley, Dan, Rt. 3, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-9613, 258-8661 
Fortunato, Robert A., 1132 Samuel St., Louisville, 40204, 

637-7102, 582-2237 
Francisco, Tony, 316 Avondale Ave., Middlesboro, 40965, 

248-5542, 248-2436 
Goldman, Marc H., 11410 Flagler Lane, Cincinnati, OH, 

45240, 825-2406, 984-2502 
Hawkins, Walter L., Sharon Acres, Clay, 42404, 664-2815, 

639-5856 
Lineherry, Theodore V., 5 111 Nancy Ave.. Louisville, 402 16, 

447-5075 
Mann, Lawrence V.. 1948 Mellwood Ave., Louisville, 40206, 

897-3959. 897-1583, Ext. 71 
Martin, Alan L., 25 11 Lamborne Blvd.. Louisville, 40272, 

935-0031 
Owens, Lewis F., 12224 Ledges Dr.. Middletown, 40243 

245-7641, 426-8950 
Salyers, Don, 883 Rolin Dr., Erlanger, 41018, 525-6694, 

371-5697 
Schofield, Dennis J., 33 Summit Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 

441-1434, 441-3200 
Shave, Douglas Lee. 3354 Pepperhill Rd., Lexington, 40502, 

269-7661 
Sweat, Michael F.. Rt. 4. Elizabethtown, 42701, 737-7448, 

862-3924 
Sykes, Bill, 206 Cardinal Lane, Princeton, 42445, 365-3300 

365-5615 
Walls, Mickey, R., Box 15 E. Young St.. Princeton. 42445, 

365-5294, 365-9871 
Warren, Lawrence A.. 1161 Church Ave.. Corvdon. 47 1 12. 

738-3419, 738-2166 
Weenolsen, Robert O., 302 Lansing Ave.. Louisville. 402 14. 

363.8200, 425-2541 
Whitacre, Marty L., 435 W. 6th St., Newport, 41071, 581- 

5346, 241-4260 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: H. Napier, R. Griffith, J. Perry, J. Smith, H. Evans, M. 
GuUett, B. Dickenson, M. Wright, T. Calihan, G. Quilien, T. Gibbons, B. Samuis. Second 
Row: R. Brown, S. Gearheart, B. Spears, M. Calhoun, D. Locey, L. Koster, K. Bower, C. 
McKee, K. Browning, R. Pemperten, B. Wright, M. Napier, R. Williams. Third Row: M. 
Keen, S. Bennett, M. Thomas, S. Boyd, E. Patterson, B. Mooney, D. Bolte, K. Brown, B. 
Lyons, R. Tooley, B. Ison, G. Rice, A. Rayburn, M. Abshire. Fourth Row: R. Evans, G. 
Allen, B. Cyrus, B. Jenkins, S. Hester, J. Roy , C. Gehringer, B. Muncy , M. Julien, M. Pef- 
fer, P. Redden, F. Gibbons, T. Sanders, J. Grubb. 



Russell 2 8 —Woodford Co. 7 
Russell 7 — Belfry 6 
Russell 14 —Johnson Central 
RusseU 7 — Montgomery County 6 
Russell 1 3 — Huntington East 2 1 



RusseU 1 — Barbourville 6 
Russell 3 — Huntington 21 
Russell 2 1 — Boyd County 1 4 
RusseU 1 3 — Ashland Blazer 6 
RusseU 1 4 — Greenup County 1 5 
RusseU 2 8 —Portsmouth 6 



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RusseU 18 — Jessamine Co . 
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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



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ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Neal Pipkin, Clay Crossett, Tom Davis. Second Row: Jon Worthington, Fred Caudill, Tobe lie- 
bert, Brooke Hoover, John Pipkin. 



ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Camille Forrester (Individual winner), Leslie Voit, Jody Cissell, Lisa Davis. Second Row: Laura 
Sinai, Debi Frey, Rachel Husk. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Atloletic Association 



VOL. XLI 



DECEMBER, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forth- 
coming 1979 annual meeting of the Association 
were elected by the Board appointed state repre- 
sentatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These 
ties were broken recently, with the delegates and 
alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 
2-b, of the Constitution states in the last sentence 
"If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not 
answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not 
represented." The names of the district repre- 
sentatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Burley R. Mathis, (2) Thomas Stephenson, 
(3) James A. Baker, (4) Roy Weatherly. (5) Buddy 
L. Nichols, (6) Richard Vincent, (7) William H. 
Dunning, (8) Carol Christian, (9) Charles R. Sum- 
mers, (10) James L. Stewart, (1 1 ) Danny Brown, 
(12) Bryce Roberts, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) 
David D. Crowe (15) James C. Coomer,(16) Ron 
Chumbley, (17) Bill Reynolds, (18) Harold W. 
Denison, (19) Jude Talbott, (20) Charles E. Craw- 
ley, (21) Joseph McPherson, (22) John D. Brown, 

(23) John Turner, (24) Stanley K. Whitaker, (25) 
Earl Driskell, (26) Sister Theresa Marie Osborne, 
(27) William R. Craigmyle, (28) George E. Morri- 
son, (29) George E. Valentine, (30) Gene Harper, 
(31) Billy E. Prewitt, (32) George Baker (33) 
Carlton Anderson, (34) Charles Highfield, (35) 
Stan Steidel, (36) Thomas Seither, (37) Homer H. 
Goins, (38) Phillip Wood, (39) Fairce 0. Woods, 
(40) Richard Hughes, (41) Ken Tippett, (42) 
Phillip Ray Carter, (43) Nolan Barger, (44) Shirley 
Kearns, (45) Richard Carlton, (46) Bob Anderson, 
(47) Eldon E. Davidson, (48) Phillip R. Baker, 
■49) William D. Riddle, (50) Charles D. Black, 
5lj James A. Pursifull, (52) Tom Ward, (53) Roy 
r. Reason (54) James Winston Fields, (55) William 
A. Toler, (56) Alvin Ratliff, (57)Dwight D. John- 
son, (58) Denzil Halbert, (59) Thomas M. Swartz, 
(60) Frank T. Welch, (61) John Johnston, (62) Don 
Gaunce, (63) Richard BaKer, (64) Jay Hutchinson. 

Alternates 

(1) Richard Wilkerson, (2) John Waggoner, (3) 
Jimmy Wiggins, (4) Jerry Ainley, (5) August J. 
Pisa, (6) Howard R.Crittenden, (7) Lige Shadowen, 
(8) W. C. Gant, (9) Rev. Gerald Calhoun, (10) 
Perry F. Hill, (11) Damon Tabor, (12) John Tay- 
lor, (13) Wallace Mason, (14) Don Burton, (15) 
Glen Flanders, (16) James Graves, (17) Jack Good- 
man, (18) Charles Wuertzer, (19) Virgil Chambers, 
(20) Billy B. Smith, (21) William Griffith, (22) 
Sister Paula Kleine-Kracht, (23) Denzil J. Ramsey, 

(24) Father Farrell Kane, (25) Jay Levine, (26) 
Gene Minton, (27) L. E. McDowell, Jr., (28) Pat- 
rick L. Crawford, (29) Gary Dennison, (30) Dalton 
Oak, (31) Katie Easom, (32) John Crigler, (33) 
Don Afterkirk, (34) N. D. Stiegelmeyer, (35) 
Thomas Hood, (36) Bob Miller, (37) Bill Case, 
(38) John W. Brill, (39) John H. Branson, (40) 



Pat Dale, (41) Robert W. Hoagland, (42) Delmer 
Warren, (43) Al Prewitt, (44) Raymond Ross, (45) 
Arnold Marshall, (46) Forrest C. Stafford, (47) 
Allan Osborne, (48) Jim Andy Sears, (49) Larry 
Gritton, (50) James Michael Davis, (51) John Pat- 
terson, (52) John Howard, (53) Barnard Hall, (54) 
William B. Napier, (55) James B. Goff, (56) Ted 
Holbrook,(57)Paul Williams,(58)Frankie Frances, 
(59) Morris W. Justice, (60) James V. Powell, (61) 
Larry Stamper, (62) Henry L. Allen, (63) Charles 
Banks, (64) Mike Sherman. 



CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Dion DeMasters, Valley High School, individual 
winner. Class AAA, Boys' Cross Country. 

Class AAA Results 
1978 Cross Country Meet 

The Class AAA Cross Country Meet was held at 
Seneca Park, Louisville, on November 4, 1978, and 
managed by Bro. Borgia of St. Xavier High School. 

Team scores in Class AAA Boys' were as follows: 
Atherton, 45; Trinity, 62; St. Xavier, 62; Valley, 108, 
Ballard, 136; Waggener, 142; Central, 155; Western, 
186; Male, 229. 

The order in which tlie first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS - 1. Dion DeMaster, Valley (15:44); 2. 
Joseph Buehler, St. Xavier (15:56); 3. John Pipkin, 
Atherton (16: 1 1); 4. Jerry Simms,St. Xavier, (16:20); 
5. Jim Sapienza, Trinity (16:23); 6. Mike McKay, 
Southern (16:28); 7. Andy Reeves, Waggener (16:31); 
8. Bill Taylor, Trinity (16:34); 9. Ron Stovall, West- 
port (16:41); 10. Fred Caudill, Atherton (16:46). 

Team scores in Class AAA Girls' were as follows: 
Atherton, 40; Central, 72; Sacred Heart, 78; West- 
port, 90; Doss, 124;Butler, 152; Western, 152; East- 
ern, 166. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - 1. Camille Forrester, Atherton (10:50); 
2. Leslie Voit, Atherton (10:58); 3. Jenny Martin, 
Central (11:18); 4. Sherry Clarke, Sacred Heart 
(11:25); 5. Valerie Dobiesz, Central (11:42); 6. Rae 
Brauner, Waggener (11:43); 7. Angle Jones, Westport 
(11 :45); 8. Joan Brutscher, Western (1 1 :46); 9. Cindy, 
Krugel, Moore (11:47); 10. Connie Eyle, Moore' 
(11:52). 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1978 



DECEMBER, 1978 



VOL. XLI-No. 5 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (19761980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . . . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D. J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscriplion Rate SI. 00 per year 

:i^om me ^ommeiMO/ie/' i (uj/^'ce 

ATTENTION: Baseball Coaches 

On December 23, 1978, the University of Ken- 
tucky will hold its first annual baseball cfinic. Out- 
standing coaches and players from among the pro- 
fessional and collegiate ranks are lined up to cover 
almost every phase of the game. 

The clinic will be held at the Hyatt Regency, ad- 
jacent to Rupp Arena on 400 West Vine Street, in 
the Lexington Civic Center in downtown Lexington. 

Don't miss being a part of this fine clinic. It should 
prove informative and rewarding for everyone. 

Football Films Available 

Films of the final games of the Classes A, AA, AAA 
and AAAA Kentucky High School Athletic Associ- 
ation Football Playoffs are now available by getting 
in touch with Mrs. Monroe, Fihn Library, University 
of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506, Phone 
number 258-2828. A small fee is charged to take care 
of the postage. 

The films were taken for the benefit of coaches, 
officials, players and fans and to promote emphasis on 
high school football. 



Registered Wrestling Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A. -1978-79 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is the home phone. 
Aitken, Kenneth P., P. O. Box 795, Owingsville 40360, 674- 

6897, 674-6416 
Atkins, Michael Porter, 205 N. Iris Drive, Hopkinsville, 42240, 

885-5478, 885-8406 
Barnes, E. Keith, 3501 Camelot Drive, Lexington, 40503 

272-1234 
Cave. James Lee, 7902 Bardstown Rd., Fern Creek, 40291 

239-3718, 589-4321, Ext. 374. 
Gilfedder, Roy, 6 Stevie's Ridge, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341 

7949, 292-5837 
Hardy, Thomas W., Box 598, Old State Rd. No. 3, Alex 

andria, 41001, 635-9001, 771-2728 
Hillock, Steven W., 7566 National Lane, Newburgh, Ind 

47630, 853-2107, 853-4166 
Hodge, Kenneth M., 4304 Mt. Vernon Rd., Louisville, 40220 

456-1261 
Ingraham, Gary J., 2332 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville, 40206 

897-3462, 897-2815 



Lineberry, Mark D., 511 Christopher PI., Louisville, 40214, 
367-1496, 588-5163 

Lynch, Charlie, Rt. 6, Box 165, Elizabethtown, 42701 , 737- 
5432, 351-3167 

Rushing, Charles W., 1762 Frankfort Ave., Apt. No. 3, Louis- 
ville, 40206, 895-9562, 896-9667 

Watkins, David D., 5331 B Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 
1260, 624-4130 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is the home phone. 
Abshear, Robert L.. 3345 Post Rd., Apt. 49, Lexington 

40503, 278-7644, 272-331 1 
Adams, Beverly, 110 Tahoma Rd., Lexington, 40503,278 

0891, 259-1411, Ext. 353 
Adkins, Jerry W., 210 May St., Harlan, 40831, 573-9467 

573-2350 
Akins, Clyde B., 827 Jones St., Paducah, 42001, 443-5262 

442-2780 
Allen, Phillip B., 2844 Bexley Ct., Louisville, 40206, 897 

9207, 456-1110 
Amburgey, Sam, Frenchburg, 40322, 768-3458, 232-3875 
Anderson, Danny, 7001 Daisy Avenue, Louisville, 40258 

935-8211, 288-6611 
Arnold, Eddie, 3746 Louisa Road, Catlettsburg, 41129 

739-5686 
Arvin, Michael, 312 Locust Heights, Nicholasville, 40356 

885-9624, 254-3816 
Asher, Timothy, UPO 1887 Regent's Hall, Morehead, 4035 1 

783-3179,286-2081 
Avard, Ralph, 1414 S. 3rd St., No. 1, Louisville, 40208 

637-7533, 228-1197 
Barger, Rusty, Rt. 4, Box 43-A, Buckhorn, 41721, 625-1062 
Barna, John C, 3501 Pimlico, No. 9, Lexington, 40502 

272-2785 
Bass, Samuel C, 2825 Lexington Rd., Louisville, 40206 

895-1175 
Belcher, Gerald, 812 Smith Drive, Bowling Green, 42101 

842-0882 
Belcher, Jack, Beverly, 40913, 337-5957 
Berry, Toya Belle, 449 Kilpatrick Ct., Lexington, 40511 

299-6994 
Bertram, Tim, 1214 Nahm, Bowling Green, 42101, 843-8559 
Bibelhauser, Nancy L., 1475 S. 3rd St., No. 4, Louisville 

40208, 636-2063, 583-0070 
Billips. Douglas A., 1671 Donelwal Dr., Lexington, 4051 1, 

233-0153, 233-0604, Ext. 3013 
Bogar, Joseph D.,Box 37, Hardy, 41 531 , 353-9540,353-7760 
Borie, Jon, 1301 Kentucky St., Bowling Green, 42101, 842 

4636, 842-6508 
Bovinet, Gerald R., 8205 Biscane Dr., Louisville, 40272, 937 

2800 
Bowling, Gregory D.,Rt. 4, Box 51,Hyden, 41749,279-4776 
Boyd, Charles E., Rt. 3, Box 49, Catlettsburg, 41129, 739 

4262 
Bradshaw, Mark, Rt. 1, Lock Rd., Carrollton, 41008, 732 

4593, 347-5785 
Bramble, James L., 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington, 40505 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Bridges, Ralph L., 2424 Anne Dr., Henderson, 42420, 826 

4088, 533-9231 
Brockman, Ken E., Route 1, Ekron, 40117, 828-2403, 624 

2251 
Brockman, Thomas, 923 Worth, Covington, 41011, 261 

9181, 771-8910 
Brooks, Steve, 305 Parkwood Place, Frankfort, 40601, 223 

0734, 227-2201 
Brown, Curt P., 4020 Tally Ho Ct., Louisville, 40299, 267 

4634, 587-8891, Ext. 284 
Brummett, Michael E., General Delivery, Tateville, 42558 

561-4656 
Bruner, Jack C, Rt. S, Box 93, London, 40741, 864-4322 

864-2271 
Buis, Michael A., Rt. 2, Eastland Estates, Cynthiana,, 41031 

234-9339, 255-7320 
Burgan, Curtis, 613 John St., Corbin, 40701, 523-0679 
Burkeen, Anthony J., Rt. 2, Box 181, Calvert City, 42029 

395-7958, 898-2222 
Burton, Connie, Box 15, Cumberland College, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-9067 
Carey, James R., Jr., 2915 Rockaway Dr., Louisville, 40216 

447-3379, 774-7228 
Carroll, Bennie J., Box 45. Grahn, 41 142, 783-3901 
Casada, Lonnie K., Box 46, Deerfield Lane, Somerset, 42501 

561-5713, 561-4138 
Cecil, Jimmie R., Box 193, Stanville, 41659, 478-9839 

478-9138 

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Page Three 



1978 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 
Finals — E.K.U. Stadium, Richmond, Ky. 

CLASS A 



REGION I 

District 1 - Ft. Campbell 



-14 



District 2 — Tompkinsville 



Ft. Campbell 



-20 



REGION II 

District 1 — Madison 



-19 



District 2 — Owen County 



Madison 



-13 



Ft. Campbell 



-15 



REGION III 

District 1 — Beechwood 



-17 



District 2 — Nicholas County 



-12 



Beechwood 



REGION IV 

District 1 — Pineville 



District 2 — Paintsville 



-27 



Paintsville 



Paintsville 



-13 



Ft. Campbell 



State Champion 
Class A 

Nov. 24, 1978 



CLASS AA 



REGION I 

District 1 — Mayfield 


- 7 




-28 


Mayfield -22 






- 3 


Mavfield 




District 2 — Glasgow 




- 7 




REGION II 


-40 






District 1 - Ft. Knox 


Somerset - 6 






- 


Ft. Knox 




District 2 — Lewis County 




40 




REGION III 

District 1 - Somerset 


-31 




Mayfield 


State Champion 
Class AA 




- 


Somerset 


District 2 - Middlesboro 




- 8 


Nov. 24, 1978 


REGION IV 


- 8 






District 1 — Whitesburg 








-21 


Pikeville 




District 2 - Pikeville 









REGION I 

District 1 — Union County 



CLASS AAA 

7 



District 2 - Franklin Simpson -17 



Franklin Simpson-15 



REGION II 

District I - Shelby County 



District 2 — Woodford County 



-24 



Woodford County-24 



Woodford County - 7 



REGION III 

District 1 — Lloyd 



-14 



District 2 — Jessamine County 



-17 



Jessamine County - 



REGION IV 

District 1 — Breathitt County 



District 2 — Russell 



-27 



Russell 



Russell 



-17 



R u ssell 



State Champion 

Class AAA 
Nov. 25, 1978 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1978 



1978 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
CLASS AAAA - JEFFERSON COUNTY 



District 1 (W) - Bishop David 


- 




-21 


Stuart -12 






- 6 


Stuart 




District 2 (R) - Stuart 




-14 






-10 






District 2 (W) - DeSales 


St. Xavier -38 






-20 


Butler 




District 1 (R) - Butler 




-13 


St. Xavier 42 


Jefferson County 
Champion 
Class AAAA 

Nov. 24, 1978 


District 3 (W) ^ St. Xavier 


-14 






- 7 


St. Xavier 


District 4 (R) - Ballard 




- 6 




-13 




District 4 (W) - Trinity 






-10 


Trinity 


District 3 (R) - Fern Creek 






W-District Winner 
R-District Runner-Up 







CLASS AAAA PLAYOFF 



St. Xavier 



REGION I 

District 1 - Christian County 



- 6 



District 2 — Henderson County -20 



CLASS AAAA - STATE 



Henderson County -1 1 



Fairgrounds 

Stadiiim 

Louisville 

Dec. 2, 1978 



REGION II 

District 1 — Marion County 



District 2 — Franklin County 



-21 



Franklin County -15 



Franklin County 



REGION III 



District 1 - Lafayette 


-14 


Tates Creek 








-17 


-14 






District 2 — Tates Creek 


Boyd County 


-13 


Tates Creek 




REGION IV 

District 1 - Boone County 


-13 


-14 








-19 




District 2 - Boyd County 











Tates Creek 21 



State Champion 

Class AAAA 
Nov. 24, 1978 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1978 



Page Five 



1978 - 1979 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

REGION I 



School 



D. 1 



D 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



D. 5 



D. 6 



D. 7 



D. 



D. 9 



D.IO 



D. 11 



D. 12 









Girls' 


Boys' 




Address 


Principal 


Coach 


Coach 


Carlisle County 


Bardwell 42023 


Burley R. Mathis 


Bobby Toon 


David Hoskins 


Fulton 


Fulton 42041 


Barkley Jones 


Donald Call 


Harold Arnett 


Fulton County 


Hickman 42050 


Richard Wilkerson 


Steve Coulson 


Richard Henson 


Hickman County 


Chnton 42031 


Ray C. Wilson, Jr. 


Dale Ray 


Gerald Vaughn 


Ballard Memorial 


Barlow 42024 


Jerry B. McGregor 


Hugh Wear 


John Turner 


Heath 


West Paducah 42086 


Thomas H. Stephensor 


John Waggoner 


Bobby Ray Noles 


Lone Oak 


Paducah 42001 


Bernie Behrendt 


Albert Norris 




Paducah Tilghman 


Paducah 42001 


JoeD. Dallas 


Berny Miller 


David Roof 


Reidland 


Paducah 42001 


Allen Franklin 


Dennis Gourley 




St. Mary 


Paducah 42001 


Sr. Mary Lee Knopf 


Larry Hopper 


Richard Durbin 


Fancy Farm 


Fancy Farm 42039 


Donald M. Jones 


Joe Mikez 


Phillip Forester 


Farmington 


Farmington 42040 


C.W.Jones 


Louis R. Sims 




Lowes 


Lowes 42061 


Donald E. Spicer 


James E. Long 


James Turner 


May field 


Mayfield 42066 


Ralph Colby 


Roger Fields 


Lanny Lancaster 


Sedalia 


Sedalia 42079 


Jimmy Wiggins 


Ken Wray 


Billy Kinsey 


Symsonia 


Symsonia 42082 


BoydWhitt 


Robert Slone 


Gary Cunningham 


Wingo 


Wingo 42088 


James A. Baker 


L. Wayne Wadlington 


Judith H. Gates 


Calloway County 


Murray 42071 


Jerry Ainley 


Clayton Hargrove 


Mariann Davis 


Marshall County 


Benton 42025 


Bobby G. Miller 


Rick Leeper 


Donna Perry 


Murray 


Murray 42071 


Roy Weatherly 
REGION II 


Gary Miller 


Rick Fisher 


Caldwell County 


Princeton 42445 


Charles T.Elder 


Harry Byrd 


Ford Branch 


Crittenden County 


Marion 42064 


A. Y.Hodge. Jr. 


Larry Lock 


Tony Robinson 


Livingston 


Burna 42028 


Kenneth T. Hardin 


Don Ringstaff 


Richard White 


Lyon County 


Eddyville 42038 


Buddy L. Nichols 


Curtis Turley 


Carol Robertson 


Trigg County 


Cadiz 42211 


August J. Pisa 


Ray Maggard 




Henderson County 


Henderson 42420 


Howard R. Crittenden 


Bob Mulcahy 


Al J.Feix 


Providence 


Providence 42450 


Ronald Johnson 


Willis Simpson 




Union County 


Morganfield 42437 


Richard Vincent 


Tris Kington 


Bob Brantley 


Webster County 


Dixon 42409 


Robert L. Rogers 


Russell VanZant 


Phil Gibson 


Dawson Springs 


Dawson Springs 42408 


Philip D. Back 






Madisonville North 










Hopkins 


Madisonville 42431 


Floyd Brown 


Don Parson 


Teresa Ashby 


South Hopkins 


Nortonville 42442 


William H. Dunning 


Lonnie Burgett 


Shirley Beshears 


West Hopkins 


Nebo 42441 


A. 0. Richards 




Douglas Harris 


Christian County 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Barney Thweatt 


Lyle Dunbar 


Lynn CoUey 


Fort Campbell 


Ft. Campbell 42223 


Bill R.Perry 


Jack Darke 


Martha Marks 


Hopkinsville 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Harold Wood 


Charles Hayslip 


John Pyle 


Todd Co. Central 


Elkton 42220 


Andrew Renick 


Fred Harper 


Jerri Long 


University Heights 










Academy 


Hopkinsville 42240 


K. L. Barton 
REGION III 


K. L. Barton 


Joe Stephens 


Apollo 


Owensboro 42301 


Frank A. List 


John Whitmer 


Willis McClure 


Daviess County 


Owensboro 42301 


W. P. Wheeler 


Mike West 


Alpha Luallen 


McLean County 


Calhoun 


Charles R. Summers 


David Holland 




Mount St. Joseph 










Academy 


Maple Mount 42356 


Sr. Mary Angela Mathews 


Suzanne Adelman 


Owensboro 


Owensboro 42301 


Bill Vanwinkle 


Bob Watson 


Grant Talbott 


Owensboro Catholic 


Owensboro 42301 


Rev. Gerald Calhoun 


Gary Russo 


Bruce Embry 


Bremen 


Bremen 42325 


Ken Arbuckle 


Bryan Whitaker 


Tom Bibb 


Central City 


Central City 42330 


Jim Wilcox 


Bill Loney 


Tony Hopper 


Drakesboro 


Drakesboro 42337 


James L. Stewart 


Robie Harper 


Robie Harper 


Graham 


Graham 42344 


Carl R. Sparks 


Taylor Sparks 


Monte Denney 


Greenville 


Greenville 42345 


J. R. Whitehead 


Kenneth Baughn 


Joanna Fox 


Hughes Kirk 


Beechmont 42323 


Charles Fades 


Randy Ursrey 


Terry Shutt 


Muhlenberg Central 


Powderly 42367 


Perry F. Hill 


Dale Todd 


Sam Sparks 


Breckinridge Co. 


Harned 40144 


Bob Cox 


Dean Hobbs 


Denny LaGrange 


Frederick Fraize 


Cloverport 40111 


Wayland D. Johnston 


Damon Tabor 




Hancock County 


Lewisport 42351 


Herbert S. Young 


Danny Handley 


David Cowden 


St. Romuald 


Hardinsburg 40143 


Sr. Michael Marie 










Friedman 


Allen Thompson 


Allen Thompson 


Trinity 


Whitesville 42378 


Joseph Delehunt 


Mike Baker 


Donnie Edge 


Butler County 


Morgantown 42261 


Darrel C. Hampton 


Howard Vaughn 


Janie Ross 


Fordsville 


Fordsville 42343 


O.J. "Bob" Frizzell 


Pat Jenkins 


Darline Ashby 


Grayson County 


Leitchfield 42754 


Kenneth W. Ray 


Bill Lee 


Mike Geary 


Ohio County 


Hartford 42347 


Ray C. Johnson 


Cecil Goff 


Janet Magan 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1978 



School 
D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



D. 17 



D. 18 



D. 19 



D.20 



D. 21 



D. 22 



D.24 



D.25 



Adairville 
Auburn 

Chandlers Chapel 
Lewisburg 
01m stead 
Russellville 
Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Potter 

Warren Central 
Warren East 
Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 
Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Gamaliel 
Metcalfe County 
Tompkinsville 



Address 

Adairville 42202 
Auburn 42206 
Auburn 42206 
Lewisburg 42256 
Olmstead 42265 
Russellville 42276 
Bowhng Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowhng Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowhng Green 42101 
Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardm 
Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Ft. Knox 40120 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 427 18 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Central 

Evangel 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Acad. 

Shawnee 

Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 



Louisville 40203 

Louisville 40219 

Louisville 40212 

Louisville 40203 

Louisville 40212 

Louisville 40216 

Louisville 40216 

Louisville 40216 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

40258 

Ninth & O.Christian Louisville 40272 

Western Shivelv 40216 



D. 23 Beth Haven Christian Valley Station 40272 



Doss 

Fairdale 

Jesse Stuart 

Valley 

DeSales 

Faith Temple 

Holy Rosary Acad. 

Iroquois 

Southern 

Thomas Jefferson 



Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 401 18 
Valley Station 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40219 



Ahrens Louisville 40202 

Brown Louisville 40202 

duPont Manual Louisville 40208 

Ky. School f/t Blind Louisville 40206 



REGION IV 








Boys' 


Girls' 


Principal 


Coach 


Coach 


Jesse L. Richards 


Bill Davis 


Mike Haines 


Howard Gorrell 


Larry Jordon 


Barry Reed 


Morris Shelton 


James R. Thompson 


R. Thompson 


D. Dooley 


Bob Nylin 


Bob Nylin 


Lorenza D. Davis 


Jack Pack 


Eugene Rogers 


Wallace Mason 


Kenneth Clouse 


Matt Tipton 


Danval Barriger 


Bob Hoggard 


C. A. Meisel 


Kenneth R. Metcalf 


Frank Cardwell 


Teresa Condit 


Barclay Riley 


Gary Murdock 


Gary Murdock 


David D. Crowe 


Don Burton 


Vanous Lloyd 


JoeH.Watkins 


Dallas Embry 


Fred Carter 


Bennie Keen 


Gary Shelton 


David Young 


James C. Coonier 


Wendell Brown 


Bobby Steenbergen 


Johnny Vincent 


Bowman Davenport 


Gerald Meredith 


Jerry L. Harris 


Bobby Cook 


Brenda Ross 


Perry C. Hay 


Lindle Castle 


David McFarland 


David R. Sharp 


David Wells 


Tommy Watson 


James Graves 


Billy Murphy 


Louis Lee Carter 


JohnW. McCarley 


Terry Flatt 


Gary Richardson 


Randall Grider 


Tony Gumm 


Lewis Carter 


REGION V 






Bill Reynolds 


Don Morris 


Ken Rucker 


Charles M. Rawlings 


Roy Woolum 


Bob Shearer 


Robert B. Burrow 


Joe Smith 


Charles Jones 


Vernon K. Wilson 


David Jenkins 


Roger Cross 


Ray Story 


Ron Bevars 


Marlene Lamm 


Dane Hicks 


Pat Tully 


Mike Williams 


David Stephens 


Kim Shaw 


Forrest Wise 


Robert S. Pickett 


Carl Deaton 


Kay Rogers 


Waymon Jenison 


Charles Wuertzer 


Terry Martin 


Cortland K. Cox 


Bobby Embry 


Roy Long 


Jude Talbott 


Wally Johnson 


Roland Williams 


Sister Margaret Willis 


Bruce Blair 


J. W. Mattingly 


T. G. Florence 


Randall Robertson 


Peggy Horton 


Virgil Chambers 


Ronald Fentress 


Bill Newton 


Harry Loy 


Glynn Nixon 


Greg Bardin 


David W. Fryrear 


Jack Keeney 


Kelly Baugh 


Charles E. Crawley 




Beverly Roby 


Edward L. Cox 


Fred Waddle 


RoUin McQueary 


REGION VI 






Joseph McPherson 


Robert Graves 


Kyra Anglin 


C. Thomas Luiskutty 


Jim Hembree 


Greg Carter 


Earl MuUins, Sr. 


Eugene Schreiner 




Sr. Jean Vessels 




Vivian Dunlevy 


John R. Whiting 


Lloyd Harris 


Lonnie Johnson 


Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht 


Ray Koch 


John J. Moll, Sr. 


Tony Riehl 




H. L. Hatfield 




Peggy Fehrer 


Oliver S.Williams 


Gary Schaffer 


Corrine Mastey 


Rosemary S. Hatcher 


Alan Vance 


Rosemary Hatcher 


John D. Brown 


James Schurfranz 


Charles Jones 


Rev. Earle E. Lee 


Joe Bailey 


Bob Ogden 


John S. Pittenger 


Leon Mudd 


Phil Ritz 




Stanley Hardin 


Betty Thornsberry 


Denzil J. Ramsey 


Gary Sundmaker 


Richard Emery 


Walter J.Pickett 


Glenn Collie 


Marsha Sterchi 


Father Farrell Kane 


Lucian Racque 




Roland Brown 






Sr. Mary Louise Edwards 


Bill Yates 


Eugenia S. Lewis 


Charles Moore 


Marshall Abstain 


James R. Burch 


Richard Shadburne 


William Brown 


Stanley R.Whitaker 


Maurice Payne 


Jamie Wadell 


REGION VII 






Byron H. Bell 


EstilGrittis, Jr. 


Jim Cann 


Martha Ellison 






George E. Sauer, Jr. 


Bobby Holden 


Billie Logsdon 



Richmond H. Marcy 



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D. 31 



D. 32 



D. 33 



D. 34 



D. 35 



D. 36 



D. 37 



Louisville Collegiate 
Male Traditional 
Mercy Academy 
St. Xavier 



D . 26 Assumption 



Atherton 

Immanuel Lutheran 

Ky. Country Day 

Seneca 

Trinity 

Durrett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Marion C. Moore 

Walden 

Ballard 

Eastern 



Address 

Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40217 
Louisville 40205 

Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
LouisvUle 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40213 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Lyndon 40222 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 



Principal 



Boys' 
Coach 



Sacred Heart Academy Louisville 40206 
Waggener Louisville 40207 

Westport Louisville 40222 



Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Western Anderson 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St. Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Academy Covington 41011 

Villa Madonna Acad. Covington 41016 

Bellevue Bellevue 41073 

Dayton Dayton 41074 

Newport Newport 41071 

Newport Catholic Newport 41071 

Our Lady of Providence 

Academy Newport 41071 
Bishop Brossart Alexandria 41001 

Campbell County Alexandria 41001 



Lawrenceburg 40342 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 4007 1 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
CarroUton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
WUliamstown 41097 



Florence 4 104 J 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erlanger 41018 
Erlanger 41018 
Independence 4 1 05 1 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 



Highlands 
Scott 
Silver Grove 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military 
Institute 



Ft. Thomas 41075 
Covington 41015 
SUver Grove 41085 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 



Nancy E. Kussrow 
Irvine K. Rice 
Sr. Margaret Gurren 
Bro. John Wills 
Sr. Theresa Marie 

Osborne 
Cletus Hubbs 
Ernest Sheldon 
John Gernert 
Thomas R. McCarthy 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
James B. Smith 
J. V. Reschar, Sr. 
William R. Craigmyle 
Luther E. McDowell, Jr. Tom Finnegan 
Helen Masten Bobby Simpson 

Patrick L. Crawford Don Salyer 
George E. Morrison Ernest Freeman 
Sr. Louise Marie Willenbrink 
Arthur K. Draut Don Hottman 

Harold Andrews Chalres Nalevanko 



Lonnie Willoughby 
Martin Donlan 



Bill Moore 

Harold Owen 
Tony Carman 
Joe Thompson 
Adrian Cooksey 
George Abernathy 
V. Stansberry 



REGION VlII 

Wayne King 
George E. Valentine 
C. T. Collins 
James F. Huggins 
Robert B. Turner 
Dalton Oak 
Ronald Young 
Sam W. Chandler 
Katie Easom 
Billy E. Prewitt 
J. D. Minnehan 
William John Higgins 
Carl W. Webster 
George W. Baker 
Tom Sims 
Sonny Fentress 

REGION IX 

Kenneth R. Johnstone 
Larry Ryle 
Fred Mason 
Charles R. Fugitt 
Ronald L. Albrinck 
Robert Abell 
Frank Lyons 
N. D. Stiegelmeyer 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Breyer 
Charles Highfield 
Sr. Mary Virginia Ann 
Sr. Stella Marie Gough 
William Dosch 
Thomas Hood 
George Frakes 
Carl Foster 

Sr. Maiy Gerald 
Thomas Seither 
Glendon A. Ravens- 
craft 
Chester Turner 
Robert G. Konerman 
Timothy Barrow 

REGION X 

Bill Case 

E. J. Lowdenback 



Steve Barriger 
Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Michael L. Oder 
James Hawthorne 
Jim Wilhite, Jr. 
Rick Schepman 
Tom Creamer 
Larry Morgan 
Carroll McDonald 
Dave Hart, Jr. 
Craynor Slone 
C. R. Wenderoth 
James W. Glass 
Everett Varney 
John Ruby 



James R. Connor 
Bill Waifield 
Dave Afterkirk 
Bill Code 
Bob Murdock 
Larry Miller 
Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
George Schneider 
Rev. Ed Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
William Frey 
Ray Thompson 
Ray Thompson 

Gary Akers 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 
Gary Schulte 



Jon Quatman 

Gary Turner 
Kenny Shields 
Kevin OToole 
Steve Sigmon 



Russ Day 
Virgil Jenkins 



Girls' 
Coach 

Robert Green 
Sally Mackin 
Charles Just 



Maureen Wilkins 
Janet Childress 

Bill Williamson 
Rick Bohus 

David Haynes 
Sandra Callahan 
K. Schaefer 
Suzanne Wallace 
Donna Barton 

Deanie Feger 
Bunny Daugherty 
Shirley Bates 
Beverly Gass 



Ann Flynn 
Mary Ann Elam 
Scott Morrision 
David Emery 
Kent Stevens 
Lynn Swigert 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 

Marcus Camacho 
Dave Weedman 
Walter McHargue 
Fred Money 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Emily Penny 



Connie Thomer 
Margaret Carroll 
Hiram Owens 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Katie Wesseling 
Butch Hays 
Ted Ryder 
Karen Reynolds 



Joan Mitchell 
William GoUer 
Dave Stamm 
Joan Shadley 
Carla Austin 
Sally Meng 
Diane Huff 
Cindy Schlosser 



Maureen Grosser 
Barbara Kohls 

Marge McKenna 
Nancy Barre 
Linda Moore 
James Elam 



Linda Umfress 
Mike Lenox 



Millersburg 40348 Col. Alvin Hadley, Jr. Cary Barr 



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Boys' 


Girls' 


School 




Address 


Principal 


Coach 


Coach 




Nicholas County 


Carlisle 40311 


David McMillen 


Mike Kenney 


Barbara Kenney 




Paris 


Paris 40361 


Homer H. Coins 


Mark Crain 


Judy Cox 


D. 38 


Augusta 


Augusta 41002 


Marvin Bradley 


Marvin Bradley 


Vaughn Kelsch 




Bracken County 


Brooksville 41004 


R. W. Ellington 


David Hamilton 


Cary Griffith 




Deming 


Mt. Olivet 41064 


Larry Kelsch 


Larry Allison 


Larry Allison 




Pendleton County 


Falmouth 41040 


John W. Brill 


Phillip Wood 


Herby Owen 


D. 39 


Fleming County 


Flemingsburg 41041 


Fairce 0. Woods 


Joe Dan Gold 


Billy Calvert 




Mason County 


Maysville 41056 


John H. Branson 


Allen Feldhaus 


Robert Hutchinson 




Maysville 


Maysville 41056 


ElzaWhalen, Jr. 


Robert Hall 


Helen Smoot 




St. Patrick 


Maysville 41056 


Sr. JudeBirck 


Lex Turner 






ToUesboro 


ToUesboro 41 189 


Mike Forman 


Alan Bane 


Carol Thomas 


D.40 


Bath County 


Owingsville 40360 


Ewell Smoot, Jr. 


Gary Taylor 


Mike Bromagen 




Estill County 


Irvine 40336 


Danny Click 


Steve Garrett 


Joedy Ohr 




George Rogers Clark 


Winchester 40391 


Claude Sallee, Jr. 


Julian Cunningham 


Dan Hempel 




Montgomery County 


Mt. Sterling 40353 


Richard Hughes 
REGION XI 




Maxine Wise 


D.41 


Frankfort 


Frankfort 40601 


Donald Hines 


Larry Cheatham 


James Bentley 




Franklin County 


Frankfort 40601 


Robert W. Hoagland 


David Lee 


Nancy Finney 




Lexington Catholic 


Lexington 40503 


Rev. Robert H. 












Nieberding 


Harry T. Starns 


Peggy Tillman 




Margaret Hall 


Versailles 40383 


Rev. CoUey W.Bell, Jr 




Beverly Roby 




Woodford County 


Versailles 40383 


Ken Tippett 


Gene Kirk 


Sharon Tippett 


D .42 


Burgin 


Burgin 40310 


Phillip Ray Carter 


David Feeback 


Debbie Perry 




Harrodsburg 


Harrodsburg 40330 


Delmer Warren 


Frank Kemplin 


Dan Young 




Jessamine County 


Nicholasville 40356 


Zeb Blankenship 


Norman Manasco 


Glen Teater 




Mercer County 


Harrodsburg 40330 


James E. Gash 


Gene Middleton 


John Robinette 


D.43 


Bryan Station 


Lexington 40505 


Leo H. Brewsaugh 


Bobby Barlow 


Valerie Langlois 




Henry Clay 


Lexington 40502 


Bill C. Hurt 


Al Prewitt 


Jackie Austin 




Lafayette 


Lexington 40503 


Dwight L. Price 


Jock Sutherland 


Kathy Neal 




Sayre 


Lexington 40507 


Tom Grunwald 


John Lackey 


Fran Nuedling 




Tates Creek 


Lexington 40502 


Warren Featherston, Ji 


:. Nolan Barger 


Bradley Switzer 


D.44 


Berea Community 


Berea 40403 


James K. Miller 




Susan Porter 




Madison 


Richmond 40475 


Jim Fleenor 


Tommy Martin 


Russell Behanan 




Madison Central 


Richmond 40475 


James B. Moore 


Bill Fultz 


Frank Ray 




Model Laboratory 


Richmond 40475 


Dr. L. Stephen Traw 
REGION XII 


Shirley Kearns 


Jeanne Stull 


D.45 


Boyle County 


Danville 40422 


Arnold Marshall 


Morris Stewart 


Joan Mann 




Danville 


Danville 40422 


Don M. Turner 


Donn Marston 


John Sieweke 




Garrard County 


Lancaster 40444 


Johnnie Ray Laswell 


Wade Upchurch 


Diane Hunt 




Ky. School for the Deaf Danville 40422 


Edward F. Peltier 


Arlen Finke 


Nyla Hostin 


D.46 


Casey County 


Liberty 42539 


Forrest C.Stafford 


Keith Young 


Edgar Watson 




Lincoln County 


Stanford 40484 


Jack D. Portwood 


Roger Meek 


Virgil Benge 




Russell County 


Russell Springs 42642 


Robert Garner 


Bob Payne 


Phillip Garner 


D.47 


McCreary County 


Whitley City 42653 


Allan Osborne 


Ralph Roberts 


Charles Adams 




Monticello 


Monticello 42633 


Eldon E. Davidson 


Joe W. Harper 


Jerry Stephens 




Wayne County 


Monticello 42633 


George Owen Horton 


Mark Borders 


Wayne Ryan 


D.48 


Burnside 


Burnside 42519 


C. L. Simpson 


Earl Hicks 






Eubank 


Eubank 42567 


Harold Belcher 


David Cothron 


Gilbert Wilson 




Laurel County 


London 40741 


Holbert Hodges 


Raymond Reed 


Roy BowUng 




Nancy 


Nancy 42544 


John Wallace 


Avery Hatfield 


Yvonne Daulton 




Pulaski County 


Somerset 42501 


Larrv Stewart 


David Fraley 


Larry Hurt 




Shopville 


Shopville 42554 


Phillip R. Baker 


HoUis Roger Smith 


Phillip R. Baker 




Somerset 


Somerset 42501 


Jim Andy Sears 
REGION XIII 


Charles Eckler 


Jack Jewell 


D.49 


Clay County 


Manchester 40962 


Lee Brown 


Bobby Keith 


Larry Sizemore 




Jackson County 


McKee 40447 


James T. Martin 


Donald Moore 


Dale Kleinjan 




Oneida Baptist Inst. 


Oneida 40972 


Oliver Hawkins 


Larry Gritton 


Larry Gritton 




Rockcastle County 


Mt. Vernon 40456 


Cleston Saylor 


WiUiam D. Riddle 




D.SO 


Barbourville 


Barbourville 40906 


James Michael Davis 


Bill Swafford 


BUI Swafford 




Corbin 


Corbin 40701 


Ray Tipton 


Gerald Foley 


Willard Farris 




Knox Central 


Barbourville 40906 


Charles D. Black 


Larry Mills 


Daphne Goodin 




Lynn Camp 


Corbin 40701 


Clayton Taylor 


Calvin Vaughn 


Eddie Harris 




St. Camillus Academy 


Corbin 40701 


Sr. M. Amabilis 








Whitley County 


Wilhamsburg 40769 


Paul Rice 


Donald Haynes 


Larry Richardson 




Williamsburg 


Williamsburg 40769 


Jack V. Foley 


Danny Johnson 




D. 51 


Bell County 


Pineville 40977 


James A. PursifuU 


Harold Combs 


Zeke Smith 




Lone Jack 


Four Mile 40939 


Lowell Turner 


Wayne Walters 


Lola Delk 




Middlesboro 


Middlesboro 40965 


John Patterson 


Larry Davis 


Ken Condra 




Pmeville 


Pineville 40977 


William E. Adams 


Kenny Gann 


Orville Engle 




Red Bird 


Beverly 40913 


Olen Taylor Collins 


Charles Minks 


Harrietta Reynolds 



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Address 


Principal 


Boys' 
Coach 


Girls' 
Coach 


D. 


52 


Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James A. Cawood 

Lynch 


Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 


Dillard Prater 
David Lewis 
Tom Ward 
John H. Howard 
Enoch Foutch, Jr. 


Murris Wilder 
Billy Hicks 

John D.Wilson 
Lonnie Morris 


John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E. R. Gray 
Basil Mills 
Mac Quarles 



D. 53 



D. 54 



D. 55 



D. 56 



Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M. C. Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

Jackson 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 

Hazel Green Academy 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41330 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



REGION XIV 

Roy T. Reasor 
Wm. Halliburton Greer 
D. C. Taylor 
Jack M. Burkich 
William B. Napier 
Dacker Combs 
Fred E. Stidham 
Omus Shepherd 
James Winston Fields 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
James B. Goff 
R. B. Singleton 
Doran Hosteller 
Albert B. Osborne 
Gary Pack 
Dale Callahan 
Cebert Gilbert, Jr. 
Ted Holbrook 



Barnard Hall 
Steve Collins 
Danny Bates 
Arthur Jackson 
Pat Wooton 
J. R. Noe 
Roger Kirby 

Albert Combs 
James T. Turner 
Larry Hayes 
David Perkins 
Eddie Gibson 
Doran Hosteller 
Lawrence R. Cox 
Heber Dunaway 
Charles Turner 
Mike Crowe 
Alvin Ratliff 



Sue Kincer 
Reeda Wright 
Stella Mae Ison 

Lucy Minter 
Douglas Campbell 
Judy Duff 
Wendell Wilson 
David Heath 
Joyce C. Mayes 
Curt Cornett 

Samuel Smith 

Sharon Kinnear 
Sue Davis 



D. 57 



D.58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



Johnson Central 

Lawrence County 

Magoffin County 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

MuUins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Louisa 41230 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



REGION XV 

Paul R. Setser 
Robert L, Prichard 
Jack Allen 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Wilburn Goble 
J. O. Dingus 
Russell M. Frazier 
Hugo E. Miller 
William R. Hughes 
Jody Sword 
Glenn Wallace 
Phenis Potter 
Morris W. Justice 
Thomas M. Swartz 
James R. Kendrick 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
Rufus Thacker 
Winston Adkins 
J. Herschel Morgan 



Wendell Wallen 
Ron Reed 
A. B. Conley 
Jim Wheeler 
John Martin 
Howard Wallen, Jr. 
William Newsome, Jr. 
David L. Turner 
Ronnie Robinson 
Kenny Newman 
Hibbard Burke, Jr. 
Richard Maynard 
Arnold Meek 
Larry Phillips 
Bobby Osborne 
Tommy Runyon 
Jimmy Kerr 
ClellHunt.Jr. 
Aubrey Taylor 
Goretta Smith 



Connie Meek 
Doris Prichard 
Rheba Holbrook 
Sara Daniel 
Don Wald 
Judy Eversole 
Mary B. Kok 
Johnny Ray Turner 
Charles Collins 
Teresa Brody 
Connie Bowling 
Shirley Burnette 

James Hillard Howard 
Karen Trivett 
DeloresDotson 
Kenneth O'Quinn 
Ronald Francisco 
Robert Blevins 
Goretta Smith 



D. 61 



D. 62 



D.63 



D. 64 



Menifee County 

Morgan County 

Rowan County 

University Breckinridge 

East Carter County 

Elliott County 

Lewis County 

West Carter 

Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

Boyd County 

Holy Family 

Paul G. Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
OUveHill41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41 169 
Flatwoods 41139 
Ashland 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



REGION XVI 

Richard Ratliff ■ 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 
Frank Burns 
Harlan R. Fleming 
Paul Murphy, Jr. 
Don Gaunce 
William Calhoun 
Dolores Redwine 
Charles Banks 
Larry Heck 
Richard Baker 
Allan J. Osborne 
Sr. Judith McMahon 
Glenn A. Riedel 



Terry Young 
Larry Stamper 
Ted Trent 
Dieniel Dennis 
Charles Baker 
Rick Mays 
Gary Kidwell 
Jim Webb 
George Cooke 
Jerry Umberger 
Harold Ratliff 
Jack Upchurch 
Eugene "Jeep" Clark 
Mike Sherman 
Paul Patterson 



Kathy Griffith 
Claudia Hicks 

Vicki Young 
Jess Adkins 
Alice Kidwell 
John R. Brown 
Pam Saunders 



Liz Trabandt 
Pam Tray lor 
Tom Cornell 
Wanda Boggs 



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WOODFORD COUNTY - CLASS AAA, RUNNER-UP 






(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Bunch, A. Guy, W. Wimberly, B. Gash II, J. Sigler, T. Thornton, C. Beagle, A. Walter, K. 
Hensinger, S. Parsons, R. Griffin, R. Williams, L. Tate. Second Row: K. Buffin, J. Woodley, S. Panish, A. Holt, T. Routt, J. 
Blair, J. Spender, J. Check, R. Roberts, D. Tingle, G. Graul, D. Douglas, J. Childress, J. Calvert, R. Jacobs. Third Row: P. 
Clark, P. Gormley, B. Ahern, L. Knauss, F. Carter, T. Wheat, J. Savage, S. Poole, W. Howard, L. Mucci, M. Laine, J. Brown, T. 
VanHoose, B. Stratton, M. Dutton, J. Hoffmann, R. Estes, T. McDonnold. Fourth Row: M. Wallace, J. Birch, J. Hutcherson, 
J. EUis, H. Berryman, M. Matthews, R. Birch, R. Dutton, M. Woodrum. 



FRANKLIN SIMPSON - CLASS AAA, REGION I, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: P. Phillips, K. Perry, J. Copas, D. Deaton, S. Berry, D. Hendricks, T. Love, K. Jemigan, J. Mul- 
lins, P. Bradford, S. Stinson, J. Hall. Second Row: S. Raby, B. Estes, S. Algood, K. Hall, B. Belveal, S. HaU, S. Mullins,M. Rose, 
F. Gooch, B. McKinney, J. Baird, K. Krantz, S. Gamble, J. Hatfield. Third Rpw: H. Smith, C. Burgett, B. Drake, J. Beach, R. 
Hatiiald, D. Madison, K. Baird, G. PhilUps, M. Lockhart, T. Samuels, P. Phillips, R. Perkins, C. Munday. Fourth Row: T. Page, 
K. Holman, N. Adams, K. Dobbs, C. Deaton, T. Bennett, B. Perry, L. Burklow, M. Vantrease, B. Beach, R. Perry, J. PhUlips, D. 
Rafferty, T. Goodnight. 



JESSAMINE COUNTY - CLASS AAA, REGION III, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Richardson, Corman, K. Whitworth, M. Whitworth, Green, McCuddy, Brummett, Heasley, 
Coker, Lawson, Sorrenson, Higgins. Second Row: Watts, Mitchell, Thompson, Lintemuth, Noe, Mahan, Miles, W. Brandt, 
Bradshaw, Lynskey, HoUingsworth, Jackson. Third Row: Dickens, Moss, Reed, Gunn, Young, Clark, Raleigh, Roberts, Prewitt, 
LaFountain, Mcintosh, Adams. Fourth Row: Harmon, R. Johns, D. Johns, Branson, Beers, Chancy, Overton, Wise, Stinnett, 
Kelly, Garrett, Beasley. Fifth Row: Stacy, Cook, Strauss, Underwood, Loeffler, Estes, Houp, Hilterbran, Waugh, Mulcahy, Mgr. 
Lowery. Sixth Row: Coach Roher, Harrord, Conyers, Hamman, Stewert. 



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UNION COUNTY - CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT I, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Honshaw, T. Tucker, B. Butts, B. Weathers, J. Shendan, T. Shirel, B. Babbs, S. Moore, 
Collins, Moore, C. Voss, S. Hina, A. Quentermous, Mgr. Ricks. Second Row: D. Freer, S. Shaver, D. Walker, N. Sosh, T. Joiner, 
R. White, R. Sheffer, S. Chambliss, M. Cunningham, B. Stewart, D. Jenkin, M. Wadllngton, Mgr. R. Montoney . Third Row: R. 
Wedding, D. LoveU, J. CaudUl, D. Garrett, R. Wade, J. Ricks, V. Sheridan, R. Coffman, P. Howard, J. Caudill, T. Patterson, A. 
Lewis, B. Brown. 

SHELBY COUNTY - CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT I, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Hunter, M. Marshall, J. Pritchett, T. Rankin, J. Walker, Z. Harris, S. WUlard, T. Miller, B. 
Wells, L. Robinson. Second Row: T. Young, V. FaUis, T. Atha, T. Leonard, F. Hargadon, B. Dale, M. Bailey, M. Webb, W. May, 
B. Harper. Third Row: S. WUson, K. Kemp, R. Mischler, G. Nichols, T. Roberts, D. Sutherland, B. Harley, T. Brown, B. Bord- 
ers, J. Taylor, R. PumeU. Foiurth Row: K. Armstrong, R. Crenshaw, J. Long, T. Netherly, K. Purnell, S. Elzy, T. Thurman, H. 
Taylor, S. Moffett, B. Reese. Fifth Row: P. Sullivan, T. Marshall, S. WiUiams, D. Thomas, J. Lyons, F. Mullens, T. Doyle, L. 
Allen, Mgrs. G. Murphy, K. HaU, M. Gritfen. 



BREATHITT COUNTY - CLASS AAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT I, CHAMPION 






(Left to Right) Front Row: R. King, D. Back. D. Mooney, M. Steele, S. Collins, T. Warren, C. Howard, G. Patrick, B. Nap- 
ier. Second Row: L. Deaton, R. Hale, R. McKnight, E. Johnson, B. Burke, J. Deaton, M. Ritchie, M. Bumes, S. Noble, R. 
Childers, J. Riggs, D. Feltner. Third Row: Coach D. HUton, Ass't. Coach Jack Stanford, D. Back, D. King, E. Thompson, D. 
King, B. Doan, J. Back, W. Shepherd, P. Collins, D. Smith, L. Davidson, R. Stacy, D. Taulbee, R. Holbrook, Ass't. Coach J. 
Gabbard. 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1978 



Basketball Officials 

(Continued from Page Two) 

Chancellor, James D.. 251 Saunders Ave., Louisville, 40206, 

895-9522 
Chapman, Thomas, Rt. 4, Dan Drive, No. 102-B, Versailles, 

40383, 873-4927, 873-3181, Ext. 371 
Chappie, Charles A., 1532 Holman St., Covington, 41011, 

581-5841, 291-6272 
Chattin, Ernest P., 615-17th St., Ashland, 41 101, 324-2665 
Christopher, Randall S., 214 West Lexington Ave., Win- 
chester, 40391, 744-1453, 744-3464 
Claycomb, Eddie H., Route 3, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-2796, 

773-2828 
Clayton, Noel. 205 Kendall Hall, Owensboro, 42301, 547- 

8147, 926-9251 
Coleman, C. Ronald, 5263 Stafford Hts., Independence, 4105 1 , 

356-2002, 621-7500 
Combs, Henry B., Route 5, Quicksand, 41363, 666-7876, 

666-2403 
Combs, Ira D., General Delivery, Jeff, 41751 , 436-3002, 436- 

3837 
Combs, Sherman, Box 47, Feds Creek, 41524, 835-4280, 

835-2277 
Cook, Chandlar D., Box 11, Corbin, 40701, 523-0903, 528- 

042 8 
Cook, Edwin S. Ill, Box 361, Olive Hill, 41 164, 286-5186 
Couch, Elbert W., Box 655, Hyden, 41749, Bus. 672-2425 
Cox, Clarence C, 497 Hill-n-Dale, Lexington, 40503, 277- 

5991, 272-4556 
Cox, Rufus A., Box 237, Madisonville, 42431, 821-2692, 

338-2776 
Crabb, Betty, Scobee Lane, New Castle, 40050, 845-2603, 

845-5622 
Crabb, John B., Scobee Lane, New Castle, 40050, 845-2603 
Crick, James E., Route 3, Greenville, 42345, 338-5057, 338- 

3033 
Crittenden. Fred M., 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-3992, 624-1246 
Cromer, Daniel B., 7436 Old 3rd St. Rd., Louisville, 40214, 

361-3357, 366-5681 
Crouse, James W., 509 E. Main St., Providence, 42450, 667- 

7156, 667-7065 
Crout, Thomas A., 223-A Senour Rd., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 

356-3337, 491-5301 
Crump, Edward G., 7862-A Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-5961, 624-7353 
Crutcher, James Marion, Rt. 1, Box 294, Irinvgton, 40146, 

536-3476, 547-4491 
Curnutte, Billy Jr., Box 95, Auxier, 41602, 886-8428, 886- 

8511 
Davis, John C, Rt. 1, Box 253, Shelbyville, 40065, 633-6167, 

633-4465 
Day, Vivan Wayne, 1 14 Debbie Ave., Lancaster, 40444, 792- 

2260, 236-8400 
Denham, Alan R., 2625 Amsterdam Rd., Villa Hills, 41016, 

341-2102, 431-6132 
Denham, Edward G., Rt. 5, Box 471, Berea, 40403, 986- 

1138, 623-5121 
Denton, Calvin R., 377 East Main St., Carlisle, 40311, 289- 

7025, 232-3328 
Dillard,Gary W., 1501 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green, 42 101, 

842-6048 
Dodson, Mike, Jr., 1352 Oliver Ave., Bowling Green, 42101, 

782-3462, 781-1417 
Doyle, Sam, South Lake Drive, Prestonsburg, 41653, 886- 

9210, 886-6876 
Dozier, Dennis, Box 32, Bimble, 40915, 546-5917, 546-5181 
Duff, Patricia, Box 85, Garrett, 41630, 358-4564, 358-9618 
Dunlap, Ralph Edward, 706 Bank Street, Maysville, 41056, 

564-5713 
Dunn, Kenneth Edward, 1860-A Arundel Drive, Lexington, 

40505 
East, William L., 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville, 42240, 886- 

2146, 886-5259 
Effinger, Sharon M., 4703 Lynn Lea Rd., Louisville, 40216, 

447-4198 
Elliott, Jerry O., 805 Barbourville St., Corbin, 40701, 528- 

6579, 523-0444 
Elswick, B. J., Box 153, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-8380, 

754-9098 
Embry, Johnny D., Star Route Box 2050, Cloverport, 401 1 1, 

788-6730, 788-3741 
Estes, Walter R., Rt. 1, Lane Rd., Owensboro, 42301, 281- 

5609, 729-4052 
Everage, Richard, Rt. 2, Box 270, Hazard, 41701, 251-3837 
Everly, Randy, Route 1, Beaver Dam, 42320, 274-9768, 232- 

4213 
Farra, Patrick K., Ill, 500 Laketower Dr., No. 49, Lexington, 

40508, 269-6745 
Feltner, Paul, Box 304, Hazard, 41701, 439-1776, 436-3171 



Finley, Howard, 400 Hilldale, Paducah, 42001, 442-9037, 

442-5366 
Fitzer, Carl R., 5619 Taylor Mill, Covington, 41015, 356- 

8700, 356-5559 
Floyd, Joe Wayne, Route 1, Lancaster, 40444, 792-2728 
Floyd, Richard, Route 1 , Bagdad, 40003, 747-875 1 , 564-7647 
Fox, Glen, Lerose, Booneville, 41344, 593-5484, 598-5125 
Fox, Joanna, Drakesboro, 42337, 476-2969, 338-4650 
Francis, Teresa Tayle, Box 102, Garrett, 41630, 358-9752 
Frankeberger, Kim E., 4507 Skyline Dr., Ashland, 41101 

325-0115, 329-3333, Ext. 8813 
Franklin, John L., Lot 26, Elk Creek M.H.P., Madisonville 

42431, 825-3414 
French, Jacquelyn, 423 N. Upper St., Lexington, 40508 

252-0649, 255-0835, Ext. 240 
Frisinger, Bruce, 1395 Pine Meadow Road, Lexington, 40504 

233-1054, 254-6412, Ext. 730 
Fuchs, Martha L., 143 N. Crestmoor, Louisville, 40206, 893- 

7248, 426-8080 
Gaines, Stephen E., Route 3, Henderson, 42420, 546-7517 
Gayheart, Damon Duane, Allen, 41601, 874-2606 
Gibson, Charles M., Rt. 3, Frankfort Road, Georgetown 

40324, 863-1981, 863-2640 
Gibson, Fred W., 405 Iowa St., Paducah, 42001, 554-0012 

554-1820 
Gilbert, Gerald L., 426 Allen Dr., Vine Grove, 40175, 877 

5094, 292-9420 
Gilland, Lisa M., 2218 Amboy Drive, Louisville, 40216 

448-4027 
Glisker, Barry, 75 1 -A Washington Blvd., Madisonville, 42431 

821-8169, 821-5141 
Goble, John P., 113 Magnolia, Nicholasville, 40356, 885 

3870, 623-2404 
Godbey,Tom,429'/2-36th St., Catlettsburg, 41 129, 7 39-6439 

324-2123 
Gooch, Gary W., 9005 Manslick Rd., LouisvUle, 40272, 368 

1445, 964-7201 
Goodnight, Hershel, 424 Breckenridge, Franklin, 42 134, 586 

3544, 586-6019 
Gray, Gary D., 108 Sam Dr., LouisvUle, 40214, 367-7569 

367-3165 
Green, Jeff, 733 Wakefield, Bowling Green, 42101, 842 

4361, 843-3717 
Gross, Darrell D., Rt. 1, Box 331, Jackson, 41339, 666-7666 
Hacker, David S., Box 145, McKinney, 40448, 346-5263 

625-4696 
Halbert, Kathy, Box 19, Langley, 41645, 285-3745, 285 

3346 
Hale, David, Wellington, 40387, 768-3474, 784-6872 
Hale, Richard W., Route 2, Box 229, Maysville, 41056, 759 

7550, 564-4808 
Hall, Jeff, Rt. 2, Box lOA, Grayson, 41 143, 474-6935 
Hall, Richard G., Box 613, Prestonsburg, 41653, 874-9797 

452-4459 
Hamm, Gerald, 623 Oaklawn, Bowling Green, 42101, 781 

3773, 842-9989 
Hammons, Norman, Route 4, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886-7066 
Hardin, Don G., Box 88, Morehead, 40351, 784-7698, 845 

9871 
Hardy, Michael, 1110 Nahm Dr., Bowling Green, 42101 

781-6334 
Harned, Delano, Custer, 401 15, 536-3187, 774-7364 
Hawkins, Donald H., Rt. 2, Vince Grove, 40175, 828-3631 

828-2125 
Hawkins, Emile, 6911 Rockhollow, Louisville, 40219, 968 

8291 
Hayes, Charles D., Box 381, Hindman, 41822, 785-5859 

785-3140 
Henderson, Leslie Joseph, Rt. 2, Box 393, Olive Hill, 41164 

286-2820 
Henry, Dennis W., 3822 Northwestern Pkwy., Louisville 

40212, 774-3639 
Herron, Charles E., 6400 New Cut Road, Fairdale, 40118 

368-8244 
Hill, Creighton, 1900 Dalton St., Ashland, 41101, 329-8242 
Hilton, Billy, 110 Ball Avenue, Springfield, 40069, 336-7594 

336-3403 
Hiten, Mark S., 551 Shoshoni Tr., Georgetown, 40324, 863 

3434 
Hoard, David, Rt. 2, Box 366-A, Dawson Springs, 42408 

797-8973, 797-2909 
Holt, Larry K., Rt. 1, Box 132-A, Alvaton, 42122, 843-3587 

781-4585 
Holt, Melva R., 5011 Southside Drive, Louisville, 40214 

366-1633, 588-6166 
Holt, Robert E., Route 2, Box 188, Crofton, 42240, 269 

2577, 886-5271 
Houchens, Joe Danny, Route 4, Box 393, Glasgow, 42141 

678-2317, 651-8341 
Houk, Brent G., 336 Marylan Drive, Bowling Green, 42101 

842-3370 
Houp, Charles W., 114 Dogwood Ct., Nicholasville, 40356 

885-6692 

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CLASS A STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: S. Skelton, R. Marrero. S. Brown, D. Perkins, K. Extine, D. Guillory, J. 
Gross, G. Pierce, T. Moody, S. Heliums. Second Row: G. Riley, K. Hamm, J. Holditch, J. Barton, T. 
Block, B. Webb, D. Stewart, N. Lynch, G. Brayboy, D. Felder. Third Row: B. Cochran, A. Coston, J. 
Kinzer, G. Hogan, B. Church, J. Rodriguez, R. Darnell, C. Westpheling, M. Hinton, G. Furrow. Fourth 
Row: V. Nevels, R. BoUing, E. Gillespie, J. Williams, T. Turner, E. Kastner, F. Pierce, L. Cheek, S. 
Cornell. Fifth Row: M. Bryant, D. StovaU, T. Sanders, G. Hood, W. Walker, D. Cabrinha, R. Riley, R. 
Norvell, D. Friels, J. Kruwell. Sixth Row: Managers, S. Conley, A. Humphrey, C. Franks, V. Hayward, 
G. Ballesteros. ' 



Ft. Campbell 
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Ft. Campbell 
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- Warren Central 
■ May field 2 8 

- Crittenden Co. 6 

- Brentwood Acad. 2 8 
Russellville 1 4 

- Trigg County 



Ft. Campbell 3 3 — Ft. Knox 6 

Ft. CampbeU 4 5 — Todd County 1 4 

Ft. CampbeU 14 — CaJdweU County 21 

Ft. CampbeU 21 — NashviUe Cohn 1 2 

Ft. CampbeU 44 — Fulton City 



PLAYOFFS 
Ft. CampbeU 1 4 — TompkinsviUe 7 
Ft. CampbeU 20 — Madison 1 3 
Ft. CampbeU 1 5 — PaintsvUle 1 3 



Member of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

JANUARY 1979 



PAINTSVILLE - CLASS A RUNNER UP 



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(Left to Right) Kneeling: L. Knight, D. Allen, V. Griffith, \ . Hi.ppii, B. Allen, P. Merrow, S. Hager, B. Taylor, L.Wells, 
L. Andrews, L. Wheeler, D. Sheets, S. Knight. Front Row: B. Allen, J. Wells, T. Mayes, M. Baldwin, D. Lemaster, B. J. Ward, 
J. Runyon, J. Miller. Second Row: M. Stafford, B. Scott, S. Burton, R. JarreU, D. Jarrell, R. VanHoose, D. Lemaster, S. Priode. 
Third Row: C. Frary, J. Medding, K. Gillespie, W. Knight, B. MuUins, M. Sheets, M. Brugh, B. Meade. Fourth Row: D. Music, 
J. Preston, T. Endicott, D. Pugh, T. McFaddin, J. Ramey, J. Adams. Fifth Row: D. Pugh, M. Brown, J. Brown, T. Walters, E. 
Charles, D. Plummer, P. Webb, B. Cyrus, R. Daniels. Sixth Row: Mgr. S. Daniel, Mgr. D. Brown. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row Mgr M Miller, G Nossbaum, M Yeagle, L Miller, M Shirden, D. Foster, T Darpel, B Yates, 
Mgr. C Bowhng, S Lietzenmeyer Second Row S Bowhng, P Schulte, B Morhdge, D Middleton,M Allen, Mgr B Burns, D. 
Krohman, E Stamper, S Brown Third Row Head Coach B Barre, B McDaniel, G Whittlesey, D Hoffman, T Burns, J Clark, 
G. Holt, J. PUger, D. Becker, J. Shirden, Ass't Coach J. Alford. Fourth Row: M. Becker, B. Butler, M. Lohre, T. WiUiam, C. Koh- 
ler, R. Rathff, M. Wilshire, J. Huber, B. Schweinefus, T. J. Burns, Ass't Coach T. Girppa. 



MADISON - CLASS A, REGION II CHAMPION 








(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Sweat, D. Jenkins, J. Stone, J. Patton, R. Minter, M. Goggins, L. BaUew. Second Row: Coach 
W. Miller, J. Warford. A. Ballard, D. Richardson, D. Ballard, R. Parks, T. Huguely, T. Sweat, M. Chenault, J. Lovell. Third 
Row: Coach M. Elkin, P. Carter, D. Shearer, J. WiUis, D. Singleton, J. Jones, P. Shearer, J. White, Coach M. Lovell, Coach B. 
Norris. Fourth Row: E. Simmons, T. Mitchell, B. Estill, K. Simmons, K. Bosley, L. Martin, K. Fields, L. BaUew. 



The Kentt4cky High School Athlete 

Official Orgufi of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLl 



JANUARY, 1979 



; 1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, on Saturday, December 23, 1978. The meet- 
ing was called to order by President Jack Burkich at 
10:00 A.M., with all Board members; Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout and 
Billy V. Wise present. Conley Manning and Darrell 
Wells were present representing the State Department 
of Education and the State School Boards Associa- 
tion respectively. The invocation was given by Zeb 
Blankenship. 

Denzil J. Ramsey moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that the minutes of the October 7, 1978, 
meeting of the Board be approved. The motion car- 
ried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills read the minutes of the meet- 
ing of the appeal case of Jeff Thomas in Louisville. 
After discussing the minutes of the meeting. Glen 
Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, 
that the minutes of the appeals meeting be approved. 
All members voted aye. 

Commissioner Mills informed the Board that a re- 
straining order had been issued in the Daviess County 
Circuit Court ordering the K.H.S.A.A., Board of Edu- 
cation of the City of Owensboro and the State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education to refrain 
from denying Cully Nelson the right to participate in 
the basketball program at Owensboro High School, 
during the second semester of the 1978-79 school 
year beginning on January 2, 1979. Cully Nelson is 
ineligible to represent Owensboro High School in ath- 
letics under the provisions of By-Law 5, Section 4, 
Preceding Semester Enrollment. After discussing the 
case, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that written defense be filed by the K.H.S.AA. 
Board attorney. 

Dr. Irvin PLice, Principal of Male High School, was 
unable to be present to appeal the eligibility case of 
Kris Deeds. Kris is ineligible under the provisions of 
By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Upon the request 
of Dr. Rice, Mr. Mills presented the case to the Board. 
After discussing the information as presented, Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that 
By-Law 6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule, not be waived in 
this case. The motion passed unanimously. Dr. Rice 
was granted a hearing before the ne.xt Board meeting 
if he so desired providing he had additional infor- 
mation to present. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise reported on 
the receipts of the football playoffs and explained 
that they continue to be successful. After a report of 
the receipts for the last four playoffs and a discussion 
concerning an additional amount for expenses to be 
allotted to each team taking part in the final games, 
Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Pete Grigsby, 



that each of the eight schools involved receive an ad- 
ditional amount of $1,200.00. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Upon a motion by Barney Thweatt, seconded by 
Denval Barriger, and a unanimous vote of the Board, 
the following regulations concerning fees for district, 
regional and state basketball tournament officials were 
adopted. The district tournament officials shall receive 
a fee of $30.00 per game, the regional tournament 
official shall receive a fee of $35.00 per game and the 
state tournament official shall receive $40.00 per game. 
Transportation allowance shall be 15c per mile per 
game for one car for all necessary travel. In the event 
it is necessary for the official to remain overnight at 
the tournament site, he or she shall be paid an ad- 
ditional $20.00 per day for lodging and meals. These 
apply to both boys and girls tournaments. 

Supt. Robert J. Gover, Prin. David C. Crowe, Ass't 
Supt. Henry C. Resch and Coach Dale Lindsey came 
before the Board of Control requesting that their de- 
cision to use the fall enrollment figure as a base for 
classification in football be rescinded, and that Warren 
Central High School be returned to Class AAA classi- 
fication in Region 1, District 2. Following the presen- 
tation the delegation thanked the Board members for 
hearing their request and departed. Following the 
presentation and departure, the Board discussed the 
request at length before Zeb Blankenship made the 
motion, seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the re- 
quest be denied based upon the fact that the fall en- 
rollment figures were used to determine the classifi- 
cation of all schools in football and that all member 
schools had been given proper notification of the de- 
cision to use the fall enrollment figure instead of the 
spring enrollment as had been done in the past. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Prin. John V. Reschar, Fern Creek Higli School, 
came before the Board to appeal the decision of the 
Commissioner concerning the final standing of the 
football teams in District 3, in Jefferson County. After 
the presentation the Board discussed the appeal at 
length. Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that the decision of the Commissioner 
be upheld in this case. All members voted aye. 

Rob Cox, Principal of Breckinridge County High 
School, presented to the Board hisplan for developing 
a photographic journal to honor the participants of 
the Boys' State Tournament. Mr. Cox explained that 
the journal would involve the entire season including 
the state tournament at no financial obligation to the 
Board. He requested that the Association place an 
order form in the January and February issues of the 
ATHLETE. The Board granted his request. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Ralph Gabbard of 
WKYT-TV requesting the rights to televise the semi- 
final and final games of the 1979 Boys' State Basket- 
(Continued on Page Two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1979 



JANUARY, 1979 



VOL. XLl-No. 6 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
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May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D.J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1979 State High School Boys' and Girls' 
Basketball Tournaments will be held at Rupp Arena, 
Lexington, Kentucky, on March 14-17, and Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond. Kentucky, on March 
21-24, respectively. The first session of the tourna- 
ment is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. 

On or after January 2, 1979, K.H.S. Boys' State 
Tournament, P. 0. Box 7280, Lexington, Kentucky 
40522, will accept mail orders for complete sets of 
tickets for the torunament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
boys' tournament are as follows: Lower Arena Seats, 
$40.00; Upper Arena Seats, $32.00. Each order must 
include a remittance of $1.00 for postage and insur- 
ance on the tickets, and checks should be made pay- 
able to K.H.S. Boys' State Tournament. Orders for 
individual session tickets will be accepted during the 
Jan. 1 — Feb. 16 period, and should not be included 
with orders for complete sets of tickets mailed prior 
that time. Tickets available for individual session tick- 
ets will be $5.00 per session for lower arena seats 
and $4.00 per session for upper arena seats. An over- 
the-counter sale will begin at Rupp Arena on March 4 
and continue through the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
girls' tournament are as follows: side chair seats are 
$40.00; all bleacher seats are $32.00. Only complete 
sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. Checks or 
money orders should be made payable to "State 
Tournament Ticket Sales - Girls." Mail orders will 
be accepted on or after January 2. Tickets for individ- 
ual sessions may be purchased at the tournament site 
any time during the tournament. 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 

ball Tournament at the fee of $10,500.00. After con- 
sidering his offer it was the opinion of the Board of 
Control that it would not be in the best interest of 
the K.H.S. A. A. to accept the offer. Denzil J. Ramsey 
moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, that they would 
accept the fee with a guaranteed attendance that would 
equal the average of those sessions not televised. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Coach Ron Finley of Russell County High School 
came before the Board explaining the difficulty he is 
having scheduling the football teams in his district. In 
working out a schedule to complete all their district 
games. Coach Finley explained that he is unable to 
fill the contract made with Clinton County and that 
school wants them to pay the forfeit fee. After a 
lengthy discussion, the Board instructed Commissioner 
Mills to assist the two schools in solving the problem. 

Commissioner Mills presented the results of the 
recent track survey taken among member schools. 
The schools favored the adoption of the metric 
system in track and field beginning in 1980 by a vote 
of 83 to 57. The vote was 105 to 33 in favor of both 
the winner and runner-up advancing to the State Meet 
in Track and 104 to 30 in favor of both the winner 
and runner-up advancing to the State Meet in Cross 
Country. Ninety-five voted in favor of re-classifying 
schools in track and that the State Meet in all classes 
be held at one site and on the same dates. Twenty-six 
schools voted against re-classification in track. Follow- 
ing the presentation of the results of the survey, 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Norman Pass- 
more, that these changes be adopted by the Board for 
the 1979 track season. The motion passed unanimously. 

After a discussion on the survey taken by the As- 
sociation pertaining to the season for Soccer, Joseph 
McPherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that 
Soccer be designated as a spring sport and that the 
K.H.S. A. A. conduct a state championship in Soccer 
beginning with tlie Spring of the 1979-80 school year. 
The motion passed by a vote of 9-1. 

Following a discussion on the request of several 
schools that the K.H.S. A. A. consider sponsoring a 
state championship tournament in Volleyball, Glenn 
Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that 
the Association consider sponsoring a championship 
tournament in any sport in which 25% or more of the 
member schools indicate that they will enter into com- 
petition. The motion passed unanimously. It was 
further agreed that should 25% of the schools indicate 
that they would enter teams in Volleyball, it would be 
classified as a fall sport and the K.H.S. A. A. would 
then sponsor a State Championship Tournament be- 
ginning with the 1979-80 school year. 

Earl Duncan of the Jefferson County Schools re- 
quested that the Board waive By-Law 29, Requirement 
of Coaches, to permit the Jefferson County School 
System to hire certified personnel who are employed 
as permanent substitute teachers to coach girls' junior 
varsity and freshman basketball teams, gymnastics and 
other sports, not to include head coaching positions 
in football or basketball. Barney Thweatt moved, 
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WRESTLING REGIONS 
AND INFORMATION 

The Board of Control has set up eight regions in 
wrestling. The region, the name of the manager and 
the schools assigned to each region are listed below. 
If your school plans to enter a team and is not listed 
in any region, will you please contact this otTice or 
the regional manager nearest you. 

The drawing for the State Wrestling Tournament 
will be held at Atherton High School on February 7, 
at 7:30 P.M. 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at 
the Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 
9-10, 1979. Orville Williams and Gene Minton will 
manage the State Tournament. 

Union County Region (Mike Thomas) - Caldwell 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Paducah 
Tilgliman, Trigg County, Union County, Webster 
County, Mayfield, Hopkinsville, Madisonville North 
Hopkins, Henderson County. 

Hardin County Region (James Smith) - East Har- 
din, Fort Knox, Hancock County, North Hardin, West 
Hardin. 

West Jefferson Region (Robert Haydock) - Doss, 
Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Central Jefferson Region (Larry Mann) - DuPont 
Manual, Durrett, Kentucky School f/t Blind, Male, 
Moore, St. Xavier, Seneca, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity. 

East Jefferson Region (Charles Anderson)— Ballard, 
Central, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Wagge- 
ner, Westport. 

Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb) - Boyle 
County, Danville, Frankfort, Franklin County, Jessa- 
mine County, Millersburg Military Inst., Oldham 
County, Woodford County, Washington County. 

Lexington Region (Dave Bunnell) - Boyd County, 
Bryan Station, Belfry, Harrison County, Henry Clay, 
Johnson Central, Lafayette, Middlesboro, Oneida, 
Paintsville, Tates Creek. 

Northern Kentucky Region (Wayne Badida) - 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Holmes, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Simon Kenton, Scott, 
St. Henry. 



INFORMATION 
1979 SWIMMING MEET 

The events for the State Swimming Meet for 1979 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 62-53. We will use the National Federation 
Rules. There will be no classes this year and the schools 
have been placed in four regions. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 23- 
24, 1979, and the site will be the Plantation Country 
Club, 8608 Westport Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. 
Jack Thompson will manage the meet. The girls and 
boys meets will be run together this year, starting 
time for warm-ups being 8:00 A.M. February 23. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 

Western Kentucky Region (Bowling Green High 
School) - Girls - Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville, Hen- 
derson County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville North Hop- 



kins, Owensboro, *Murray, *Owensboro Catholic. 
Boys - Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess County, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville North Hopkins, Henderson County, 
Owensboro, *Murray, *Owensboro Catholic. 

Jefferson County Region (Plantation Country 
Club) - Girls - Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Cen- 
tral, Eastern, Fern Creek, Kentucky Country Day, 
Kentucky School f/t Blind, Louisville Collegiate, 
Sacred Heart, Westport, *Moore, *Seneca, *Waggener. 
Boys - Atherton, Ballard, Central, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School f/t 
Blind. Male, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Westport, 
*DeSales, *Moore, *Waggener. 

Central Kentucky Region (Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity) - Girls - Bryan Station, Fleming County, 
Franklin County, Danville, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Lafayette, Model, Paul Blazer, Oneida, Russell, Uni- 
vresity Breckinridge, Woodford County, Henry Clay, 
Tates Creek, *Berea, *Jessamine County, *Lexington 
Catholic. Boys - Bryan Station, Danville, Fleming 
County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Lafayette, Model, Oneida, Paul 
Blazer, Tates Creek, Russell, University Breckinridge, 
Woodford County, *Berea, *Jessamine County, *Lex- 
ington Catholic. 

Northern Kentucky Region - Girls-Beechwood, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Lloyd, Newport, Notre Dame, Simon Kenton, Scott, 
St. Henry, Villa Madonna. Boys - Beechwood, Camp- 
bell County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington 
Latin, Dixie Heiglits, Highlands, Lloyd, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton. 

*lndicates schools that did not list swimming as a 
sport but has had it in the past. 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page Two) 
seconded by Denval Barriger, that the request be ap- 
proved for the remainder of the 1978-79 school year, 
and that a similar proposal be presented to the Dele- 
gate Assembly for consideration. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read proposals submitted by the Big 8 
Conference and stated that they would be discussed 
during the January meeting of the Board. 

In response to a request from Prin. Joseph McPher- 
son of Central High School, Norman Passmore made 
the motion, seconded by Glenn Ravenscraft, that 
Central High School be transferred from District 2 
to District 4 in football for the 1979 season and that 
Durrett High School be transferred from District 4 to 
District 2. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board of Control approved requests from 
Eminence High School, Kentucky Country Day 
School and West Hardin High School that they be 
exempt from fulfilling the district schedule require- 
ments in football with the understanding that the 
schools will not qualify for district playoff competition 
during the 1979 and 1980 football seasons. 

Evarts High School and Pikeville High School were 
re-assigned to Class A in football for the 1979 and 
1980 football seasons. Evarts was assigned to Region 
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TOMPKINSVILLE - CLASS A, REGION 1, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to RiRht) Front Row: Asst Coach R Miller, T. GUlenwater, K. Kerr, T. Harlan, J. Travis, W. Shaw, D. Short, J. Pol- 
ston, .1. Short, W. Prge. B. McClendon. B. Baker. Second Row: Mgr. J. Petett, M. Hammer, J. Harris, K. Anderson, K. Hagan, 
J. Gerughty, J. Emmert, B. Crowe, B. Murphy, B. Headrick, C. Richardson, S. Headrick, B. Dyer, D. Andrews, Head Coach L. 
Moore. Third Row: Ass't Coach B. McClendon, D. Anderson, D. Henson, T. Dubree, C. Harlan, G. Hall, L. WUson, C. Dodson, 
A. Crowe, R. Whiles, D. Carnahan, C. Graves, Mgr. R. Kirk. 

OWEN COUNTY - CLASS A, REGION II, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Ford, D. Ayres, B. Young, K. Porter, R. Bihl, C. Ware, K. Ripley, R. Perkins, C. Cochran, L. 
Bishop. Second Row: Mgr. B. Lusby, S. Ford, G. Gayle, M. Cobb, D. Hamilton, M. Greene, R. Johnson, Capt. D. DeWitt, R. 
Backous, Mgr. S. Alnutt, Ass't Coach D. Shannon. Third Row: Head Coach R. Cochran, Coach G. Fitts, E. Joslin, H. Gayle, T. 
Yancey, B. True, W. Gayle, J. Baker, J. Ware, J. Tolhver, R. Ellis, Ass't Coach D. Druck. Fourth Row: J. Mefford, G. Duna- 
vent, T. Tackett, M. Baker, M. Cochran, A. Jones, J. Mefford, G. Bihl. 

PINEVILLE - CLASS A, REGION IV, DISTRICT I CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. A. Taylor, J. Howard, T. Johnson, I. Hill, J. Foley, D. Tye, W. Mays, Mgr. R. Ferguson. 
Second Row: J. Howard, S. Madon, A. Hobbs, C. Howard, M. Venable, C. Miracle, T. Zachury. Coach T. Taylor. Third Row: 
C. VanBever, D. Howard, D. Combs, L. Hobbs, T. Woolum, G. EUis, T. Bain. 



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Clinic Attendance 

According to our records the following basketball 
officials have not attended the mandatory KHSAA 
officials' clinic as required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3, and 
will not be permitted to officiate until they have at- 
tended a makeup clinic: 



Abshear, Robert L. 
Adams, Ray Jr. 
Adkins, Jerry W. 
Adkins, Madison L. 
Alexander, Don 
Alexander, Ron J. 
AUgood, Russell L. 
Anderson, Edward L. 
Arnold, Eddie 
Asher, Jacob 
Ashworth, Robin 
Azevedo, Vernon 
Bailes, Roger D. 
Bailey, Jimmy 
Baird, Deborah A. 
Baker, James Preston 
Ball. Charles Philip 
Barger, Rusty 
Barnard, Phillip E. 
Barnett, Gordon L. 
Barrett, William C. 
Bates, James R. 
Beck, H. Wayne 
Belcher, Gerald 
Belcher, Jack 
Berry, Toya Belle 
Bishop, Paul D. 
Bolt. Donald D. 
Bowland, Bob 
Bowling, Gregory D. 
Bowling, Johnny W. 
Boyd, Charles E. 
Boyd, Tommy 
Bradley, PhiUipD. 
Brady, Ron 
Branham, Donald R. 
Brennenstuhl, Phil 
Brewer, Mark A. 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brockman, Ken E. 
Brooks, Steve 
Brown, Allen L. Jr. 
Brummett, Michael W. 
Bryant, Connie 
Bryant, Tony Joe 
Buell, Elijah 
Buky, Keith 
Burns, Barney 
Burroughs, Marsue 
Burton, Connie 
Campbell, Charles E. 
Carroll, Bennie J. 
Cecil, Jimmie R. 
Chappie, Charles A. 
Childers, Charles William 
Childers, James Orbin 
Clark, Ronnie 
Cobb, Michael E. (Frakes) 



Coffman, Danny 
Coleman, C. Ronald 
Coleman, Greg 
Conley, John David 
Conley, Joesph D. 
Cook, Edwin S. Ill 
Cook, Lezetta M. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Couch, Lester 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Craig, David V. 
Creekmore, Milford Burl 
Croley, Jerry Wayne 
Crowell, Jimmy 
Curtis, Ella Mae 
Curnutte, Billy Jr. 
Curry, Lester 
Custard, James Wayne 
Dallas, Stephen K. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Davis, William R. 
Day, Vivan Wayne 
Decker, Neil T. 
Denham, Edward G. 
DePoy. Lowell K. 
Dillard, Gary W. 
Dixon, Gregory 
Dixon, Michael 
Dooley, Terry 
Douthwaite, Donald D. 
Dunlap, Ralph Edward 
Dunn, Kenneth Edward 
Eddings, Wendell 
Elliott, Jerry O. 
Embry, John D. 
Ernst, Donna Lynn 
Estes, Jody 
Everage, Richard 
Farra, Patrick K. Ill 
Fitzer, Carl R. 
Floyd, Joe Wayne 
Floyd, Richard 
Frankeberger, Kim E. 
Franklin, John L. 
Frantz, Jerry 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
French, Jacquelyn 
Frisinger, Bruce 
Fuell, William Patrick 
Fulmer, Kenneth D. 
Gabbard, Keith 
Gaines, Stephen E. 
Gayheart, Damon 
Gentry, Robert Lewis 
Gibson, Charles M. 
Gibson, Gary F. 
Gibson, Gerald L. 



Gibson, Marcus 
Gillespie, Steve 
Gish, Pete 
Glisker, Barry 
Goodman, Adrian 
Graham, Tony 
Gray, Homer 
Gray, Jimmy Delano 
Green, Jeff 
Grey, Don L. 
Griffin, Dennis 
Griffin, Dwight V. 
Griffith, Millard F. 
Griffith, Robert E. 
Gross, Darrell D. 
Hacker, David S. 
Halbert, Kathy 
Hale, David 
Hale, John A. 
Hale, Mary Kathy 
Hall, Bruce E. 
Hall, Donnie Ray 
Hall, Jeff 
Hall, Richard G. 
Hall, Rocky M. 
Handley, Woodie R. 
Hardy, Michael 
Harmon, Randy 
Harned, Delano 
Hart, William B. Ill 
Hawkins, Gene 
Hayes, Charles D. 
Hays, Cochise 
Henderson, Michael R. 
Henry, Keith 
Hewitt, Jim 
Hill, Creighton 
Holliday, James T. 
Hollingsworth, Gary 
Holt,MelvaR. 
Holtzclaw, James R. 
Hook, Don 

Hopkins, Douglas Mark 
Houchens, Tom 
Houk, Brent G. 
Howard, Alvin R. 
Hudson, Timothy 
Hulett, Wheeler 
Hyatt, Robert L. Jr. 
Irby, Mike 
Isham, Mark V. 
Janes, Chris 
Jarvis, Robert M. 
Jeffers, Steve 
Jennings, Donnie 
Jent, Richard L. 
Johnson, Willis C. 
Jones, Frank 
Jones, Stephen B. 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kendall, David 
Kerr, Richard L. 
King, Paul 
Kistner, Gary Wayne 



Kleitz, Robert E. 
Klump, William R. 
Kremer, Michael A. 
Lamastus, Randall 
Lancaster, Glenn 
Landis, Matthew K. 
Larkin, John Arnold 
LaRue.Wm.D. Jr. 
Laster, David W. 
Lawson, Stanley 
Lee, William A. 
Leland, Lonnie 
Lewis, Cecil Jr. 
Lewis, Stephen G. 
Lofton, Charles A. 
Lonaker, Roger D. 
Long, Scottie J. 
Loperfido, Richard 0. 
Louden, Hubert C. 
Lowe, Gregory Jack 
Lowe, Stephen F. 
Luttrell, Gurney C. Jr. 
McAlister, Caswell 
McCowan, Judd 
McGown, Phil 
McKenty, Larry 
McLean, Gordon 
Madison, James H. 
Marcum, Allen 
Marcum, Danny 
Marlow, Charles 
Matheny, Charles E. 
Mattingly, John R. 
Mattingly, Terry L. 
May, Neal 
Maynard, James H. 
Meacham, Greg 
Melton, Paul D. 
Melton, Robert E. 
Mendenhall, Paul L. 
Meredith, Denny E. Jr. 
Messer, Roy Jr. 
Meyer, David W. 
Miller, George L. 
Mitchell, Douglas 
Mohr, Thomas W. Jr. 
Moore, Anatole P. 
Moore, Phillip H. 
Morgan, Craig D. 
Morris, Larry G. 
Morris, Richard Boyd 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Mosby, John 
Mudd, Dennise Kay 
Mullins, Harold 
Murphy, Tommy 
Murrell, Charles 
Napier, Wallace 
Newsome, Bill 
Newsome, Verl 
Newton, Danny Lynn 
Nielsen, Pat 
Norton, Joseph M. 
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Oakes, Jim 
Oatces, Tammy 
O'Banion, Corelius Jr. 
O'Brien, Julius D. 
O'Bryan, Mary Jane 
O'Connor, Steve 
Outland, Stanley I. 
Overton, Frank Jr. 
Owens, Greg 
Owens, Mark 
Pace, Donald 
Parker, Lowell D. 
Parrott, Sharon K. 
Passafiume, Jerome Jr. 
Pear, Russell 
Pelfrey, Allen 
Pelphrey, Jack 
Pelphrey, Joe D. 
Percell, Danny 
Perry, Herman G. 
Phelps, Johnny 
Phillips, Samuel 
Pierce, Francis D. Jr. 
Piercefield, Dan 
Pinckney, Thomas A. 
Polly, Glay 
Ponchot, Joseph C. 
Powell, Robert M. 
Powers, Brian J. 
Prichard, Glenn W. 
Rail, Edward W. 
Rhodes, Elbert 
Rich, Dale L. 
Richardson, Bob 
Riffe, Gary L. 
Riley, Tim Ray 
Roaden, Lonnie 
Roberts, Teri 
Robinson, Larry G. 
Robinson, Larry M. 
Ruark, Mark J. 
Rush, Mark D. 
Russell, Robert 
Sallee, Ray D. 
Sargent, Terry C. 
Scott, Travis Paul 
Scott, William Earl 
Sherrow, Harry T. 
Shipp, David E. 
Shreve, Tim 
Simpson, F. DeLane 
Sims, Roy V. 
Sirls, Brenda 
Sizemore, Austin 
Sketch, Gregory V. 
Slone, Carson 
Smith, Gary Lee 
Smith, C. Rod 
Smith, Timmv 



Smith, Virginia Lee 
Sorrell, Thomas J. 
Spainhoward, Steve 
Spratling, Obie 
Springate, Bobby 
Spurlock. Ellis G. 
Stacy, Doyle M. 
Stanton, Ron 
Starnes, Phillip 
Stephens, Billy Joe 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stepp, James 
Stinson, Charles L. 
Stoker, Steven B. 
Strickland, Rickie 
Szczapinski. Larry 
Tackett, Gene 
Tackett, Timmy 
Tarry, William Robert 
Taylor, Edward C. 
Taylor, Randy 
Thomas, Ben 
Thomas. Bobby 
Thornsberry, Ricky 
Trenkamp, Gene 
Turner, Michael E. 
Turner, Paul Eric 
Tyre, Donald C. 
Tyree, Preston M. 
Vance, G. Scott 
Vance, Tammy Sue 
Vance, Phil 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
Vaughn, Jim W. 
Waide, Thomas 
Walker, Joe D. 
Wallace, Kevin 
Wallin, Charles 
Walls, George E. 
Warmack, James T. Jr. 
Wasson, Billy Joe 
Watts, Rickey L. 
Webb,HobertJr. 
Wells, Huston 
Wells, Lewis E. 
Wheeler, Donald 
Wliite, William L. 
Whitehead, Christopher 
Whittaker, Wallace E. 
Williams, Laffoon 
Williamson, Kenneth R. 
Wolford, Aneida 
Wortham, Steve 
Worthy, Danny 
Wright, Kathryn F. 
Wright, Roy Cable 
Yeast, Roy L. 
Zacheni, John 



1978-79 Basketball 
Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials 
qualified for the advanced rating of Approved and 
Certified as a result of the National Federation Basket- 
ball examination which was given in Kentucky on 
December 4, 1978. Only officials receiving these 
higher ratings are eligible to work in the district and 
regional tournaments. Only Certified officials are 
eligible to work in the State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for advanced 
ratings and have attended the KHSAA Clinic for the 
current season are: 



CERTIFIED 




Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, Beverly 
Adkins, Robert Carl Jr. 
Allen, Brent 
Allen, Doug 
Allen, Jeffrey L. 
Allen, Nelson Robert 
Allen, Thomas Eugene 
Allen, Yvon 
Anders, Raleigh A. 
Anderson, Ralph Jr. 
Appling, James 
Arflin, Tracy T. 
Ashurst, Michael L. 
Bair, David J. 
Baker, Janice Faye 
Baker, William A. 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Banks, Buddy 
Barker, Kenny 
Barnes, Barry L. 
Easier, Mel 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Henry B. 
Bell, Ronald Keith 
Berger, Richard Thomas 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bertsch, Ronald L. 
Beshears, James T. 
Bevins, Wally L 
Bibb,EnnisW. 
Billips, Douglas A. 
Biter, Charles D.Sr. 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Bohanon, Alan K. 
Bone, Gerald W. 
Boucher, Larry G. Jr. 
Bowling, Donald E. 
Bramble, James L. 
Branstetter, Charles Elwood 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brock, Jack W. 
Brock, John D. 
Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brody, Theresa Ann 
Brothers, Dottie 
Browder, Homer L. 
Brown, John W. 



Brown, Michael Ray 

Browning, D. Wayne 

Bruner, Jack C. 

Bryant, Jimmy W. 

Bugg, James M. 

Bullock, James D. 

Bullock, Larry Eugene 

Burch,BillW. 

Burkeen, Phillip C. 

Bush, Karmen B. 

Butcher, Douglas 

Butcher, Stephen D. 

Butner, Billy M. 

Call, Barbara J. 

Cainacho, Marcus 

Campbell, Dexter 

Carnes, Dwight 

Carpenter, Jasper 

Carr, Lawrence William 

Cash, Charles C. 

Cates. Bill 

Cecil, J. Ronald 

Centers, Mike 

Clark, James Ken 

Click, Edgle 

Cobb, Mike (Bowling Green) 

Cochran, Ray D. 

Coffman, W. Steve 

Colley, Lynn W. 

Collier, Burnard 

Collins, Hubert 

Collins, Ron 

Combs, Henry B. 

Conder, Joseph B. 

Congleton, S. Jay 

Copley, Sidney M. 

Cotton, Carl W. 

Cox, James M. 

Cox, Kenneth E. 

Cox, Rufus A. 

Cravens, Robert L. Jr. 

Crick, Marvin Dwaine 

Crisp, Jackie Day 

Croft, Frank M. Jr. 

Cross, Roger 

Crouse, James W. 

Crume, Jane B. 

Crutcher, James Marion 

Crutcher, Paul M. 



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Cundiff, Curt 
Cupp, Jackie 
Curry, Randall 
Damron, Adam G. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant, Joseph B. 
Davis, Jay W. 
Day, Jack L. 
Day, Richard W. 
Decker, Jim 
Denham, Alan R. 
Dennedy, T. Robert 
Denton, Calvin R. 
De Vary, William B. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Dixon, Billy M. 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Dobson, Jon Barry 
Doll, Allen 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Drake, Richard R. 
Driskell, Earl Jr. 
Duff, Birchell 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas Jay Sr. 
Dyke, Orville Dean 
Eads, Ronald L. 
East, William L. 
Eaves, James K. 
Ebel, Jack David 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 
Edwards, Wayne D. 
Elliott, Michael Coyle 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Estes, Walter R. 
Etienne, Donald H. 
Evans, Lewis 
Everly, Phyllis J. 
Farley, Jimmy 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Feger, George Jr. 
Fields, Rufus Jr. 
Finley, Howard 
Flesch, Jerome P. 
Florence, Joe 
Flynn, Bobby 
Fox, Joanna 
Francis, James F. 
Frazier, Mac 
Freppon, Thomas E. 
Fritz, John C. 
Funk, Carol Ann 
Gabbard, John P. 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr. 
Gaddie, Gary T. 
Gardner, Gary M. 
Gatterdam. Ed L. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Geurin, Joe D. Jr. 
Gibbons, Michael L. 
Gibson, Fred W. 
Gibson, Russell K. 



Gilbert, Gerald L. 
Goldev, William H. 
Goodnight, Hershel 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gorrell, E. Howard 
Gover, Luid J. 
Grant, Neilson E. 
Greathouse, Frank C. 
Greer, Phil 
Gregg, Lonnie A. 
Griffin, Charles David 
Griffith, Michael R. 
Gupton, Lawrence 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr. 
HaU, Donald W. 
Hall, Tommy L. 
Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald 
Hammons, George F. 
Hammons, Norman 
Hammons, Wendell L. 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hargis, Noel 
Harp, David 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Robie Jr. 
Harrison, Tim 
Hatifeld, Robert M. 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hawkins, Stewart D. 
Hayes, James V. 
Head, Jack B. Jr. 
Henderson, Roger A. 
Henson, Don R. 
Hickey, Thomas R. 
Hicks, Gene 
Higdon, J. Samuel 
Hill, James P. 
Hill, Sue 
Hilton, Billy 
Hobbs, Charles V. Jr. 
Holmes, Robert Eddie 
Holt, Larry K. 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holt, Ronald J. 
Holt, Terrell W. 
Hopson, James E. 
Home, Jordan E. Jr. 
Houk, Jackie 
Hourigan, James F. 
Howard, Dwight W. 
Howard, James D. 
Hughes, Brenda 
Huglies, Rufus 
Hummel, Thomas 
Hunt, William G. 
Hutchens, Jim 
Jackson, Dennis 
Jackson, Ed 
Jackson, Robert H. 
Jansen, Jean 
Jenkins, Burney R. 
Jenkins, Jerry 



Johnson, Gayle 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 
Johnson, John L. 
Johnson, Michael 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Alexander Jr. 
Jones, Denver 
Kazunas, Gerald L. 
Keatley, James H. 
Kemper, Nancy B. 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirk, Walter C. 
Knauer,Glen M. 
Lamar, Huston 0. 
Lambert, Irvin G. 
Lashley, Daniel R. 
Lawson, Rondell 
Layne, Bert 
Layne, Malcolm D. 
Leber, Jerry L. 
Lee, David F. 
Lehkamp, Ken 
Liedtke, Joseph S. 
Littlepage, Pryce 
Loeser, Alan J. 
Long, James E. 
Long, Robert F. 
Long, William H. 
Lusby, George 
McAnally, Thomas E. 
McCarley, John W. 
McCarthy, Steve 
McClure, Jerry 
McDowell, Benny D. 
McGinty,L. V.Jr. 
McKenzie, Dwight E. 
McKenzie, James M. 
McLean, Gordon 
McMillin, Larry L. 
McPeek, Roger C. 
McPherson, Lanny P. 
McPike,Ray S. Jr. 
Maddox, Robert V. 
Maines, George E. 
Marquart, Jerome M. 
Maxey, Michael 
Meadors, William J. 
Meredith, Eric 
Meredith, Wilmoth 
Miller, Harold P. 
Middleton, John W. 
Meyer, Raymond F. 
Mills, Dwight K. 
Mills, Lawrence 
Mitchell, Curtis N. 
Monks, Ronald E. 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, James H. 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert Jr. 
Morgan, Richard 



Morris, Edward C. 
Morris, John C. (Pendleton) 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser, Rudy C. 
Mullins, William B. 
Murdach, Leslie 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murreli, Allen L. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Myers, Ronald J. 
Neely, Jim Roy 
Noll, John T. 
Ogden,Paul J. 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Jerry W. 
Pack, Judy A. 
Page, James N. 
Palko, Edward T. 
Pearl, George W. Jr. 
Peden, Harlan 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pelphrey, Paul L. 
Penner, Daniel H. 
Perry, James E. 
Phillips, Harold 
Phillips, Thomas M. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Plummer, William B. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Polly, Rex 
Powell, Billy R. 
Proffitt, Carlie M. 
Purcell, J. Kenneth 
Racke, Jerry W. 
Radjunas, Ed 
Radjunas, John B. 
Ramey, Gary 
Randolph, Elwood 
Raybourne, Pat L. 
Raymer, Don L. 
Reader, Robert N. Jr. 
Redle.Joel E. 
Revis, David G. 
Rliodes, Cecil 
Wiodus, Harry D. 
Rice,W. S. 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Rogers, Ralph 
Runyon, Tommy D. 
Russell, Clement 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Sammons,C.J. 
Saylors, Carlee 
Schneider, Don 
Schutte, Bruce M. 
Scott, Jerry L. 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 
Sellier, Edward F. Jr. 
Selvy,Curt 
Shain, Debbie J. 
Shaw, Earl 
Shearer, Robert L. 



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Shields, Donald C. 
Shuck, Thomas Grant 
Sigler, E. Susan 
Sims, Frank D. 
Skaggs, Bobby L. 
Skaggs, Robert L. (Bill) 
Smaliwood, Tahnadge 
Smitli, Benny L. 
Smith, Ronald A. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, William E. 
Spahr, David L. 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Sparrow, John A. 
Spencer, Irvin E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Stacy, Donnie R. 
Stagnolia, Eugene 
Stark, Allan D. 
Stark, Douglas 0. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevenson, Michael G. 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stokes, Tommy G. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Stone, Myra 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Cathy 
Strain, Richard P. 
Straus, William W. 
Strong, Charles E. Jr. 
Studle, Ronald 0. 
Stuedle, Raymond J. 
Sullivan, Dan L. 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr. 
Swope, Thomas 
Szyper, Richard T. 
Taylor, Bill 
Taylor, Dale 
Taylor, Donald D. 
Thomas, Billy G. 
Thompson, Beth 
Thompson, Joe 
Tliompson, Ronald 
Thompson, Thomas A. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Thornsberry, Larry R. 
TindalLChfford 
Tinsley, Marion F. 



Turner, Keenan V. 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Tyler, Kenneth 
Upchurch, David T. 
Urlage, Dick 
Vance, Hunter Jr. 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vauglin, Ronald B. 
Vinson, Ray T. 
Vories, Dick 
Vories, Gary W. 
Vories, Kent 
Votaw, Tony R. 
Wade, Sharon 
Wages, Robert P. 
Wallace, John 
Ward, Larry 
Ward, Nan K. 
Ward, Robert L. 
Watson, Neil S. 
Webster, Norman E. 
Weilie, Robert J. 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, James G. 
Wheeler, Lou S. 
Whitaker, Charles W. 
Whitaker, Fess 
Whitley, Kim 
Whitley, Sharon Ann 
Whitt, Mike 
Wicklev, Edward P. 
WUferd, Shirley C. 
Williams, Becky 
Williams, Bobby G. 
Williams, Donald L. 
Williams, Gary L. 
Williams, Gregory M. 
Williams, James A. 
Williams, Roger 
Williams, Thomas G. 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
WLlson,Paul A. 
Winfrey, W. Shelby 
Wingfield, Felix G. 
Wolfe, Dennis R. 
Wood, Gary L. 
Woosley, Donald R. 
Wooton, George B. 



APPROVED 



Aldridge, Vern L. 
Anderson, Michael L. 
Arnold, James Robert 
Askins, Ray 
Atzinger, Phyllis M. 
Backert, Tony 
Bain, Stanley T. 
Baker, Glenn David 
Barnes, Conard 
Barnes, Roger 
Bartley, Joseph R. 
Baumann, Michael G. 



Ba.xter, William H. 
Beck, Robert E. 
Bell, Gregory 
Blanford, Margaret Jean 
Blodgett, Marianne 
Boisture, Roy W. 
Bonar, John A. 
Bond, Terry Lee 
Bray, Richard L. 
Brewer, Charles A. 
Brewer, Lloyd 
Brown, Barry D. 



Brown, Judy C. 

Brown, Rickie Fay 

Brown, Ronnie E. 

Brown, Steven J. 

Buerger, Timothy W. 

Burkart, Robert L. 

Burkeen, Anthony J. 

Burton, Billy J. 

Byars, Don W. 

Cambron, John Lane 

Carlton, Robert W. 

Carter, J. Michael 

Casada, Lonnic K. 

Casey, Ancie L. 

Cash, Harold Lee 

Castle, Banner 

Chasteen, Rick 

Colacello, Robert A. 

Collier, Doug 

Combs, Sherman 

Compton, Adolphus H. 

Cook, Preston 

Coppage, Hugh 

Crabb, Betty S. 

Crabb, John B. 

Craig, Ronald 

Cromer, Daniel B. 

Cunningliam, Bob 

Daniels, Steve A. 

Davis, Bobby W. 

Davis, John C. 

Day, Ronnie 

Dierig, Thomas H. 

Dixon, Oscar 

Dossett, Mac 

Dozier, Dennis 

Fades, Mark 

Effinger, Sharon M. 

Elswick, B. J. 

Featherstone, John E. 

Feltner, Danny Ray 

Ferguson, Danny E. 

Fisk, Rodney D. 

Forsythe, Noel Ray 

Fuchs, Martha L. 

Gann, Ronnie W. 

Gillespie, Vicky L. 

Gilliam, Steve 

Gray, Gary D. 

Groce, Ralph 

Gupton, George E. 

Guthrie, Gilliam F. 

Hall, Gary L. 

Hamm, Ritchie 

Hart, Peggy J. 

Hatfield, Daniel E. 

Hayes, David (Campbellsville) 

Heckel, Charles A. 

Heckel, Richard D. 

Hedges, Dennis A. 

Hegarty, Thomas 0. 

Henry, Dan 

Hickey, Thomas L. 

Hicks, Floyd E. 

Hills, Marshall L. 



Hilpp, Louis E. 
Hiten, Mark S. 
Hoben, Mary Jane 
Hodges, Bill 
Holt, Timothy E. 
Hourigan, Timothy 
Huff, Ernest 
Hutchinson, Jack 
Hyde, Robert L. 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr. 
Isham, Buford 
Jackson, Stephen A. 
Jennings, James H. 
Jennings, Jeff 
Jones, Ben Edward 
Jones, Douglas ~- 

Jones, Ken L. 
Kellam, Steven Louis 
Kelly, Jack Jr. 
Kessinger, Michael W. 
Kistner, Gary L. 
Klausing, Donald J. 
Kluepfel, Joseph C. 
Kristof, David 
Lasky, Barbara A. 
Latham, Billy 
Lee, Charles J. 
Liggett, Ernie 
Looney, James 0. 
Louden, Forrest W. 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae 
McCowan, Connell 
McGrath, Robert C. 
McGrew, Stephen R. 
McNulty, Robert 
Maddox, Arthur L. 
Marquette, Ralph L. Jr. 
Martin, Terry Joe 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Maxey, Richard E. 
Medley, Frank R. 
Miniard, Lonnie W. 
Minsterketter, Allan R. 
Modrell, Garry W. 
Moore, N. Dean 
Moorman, Thomas P. 
Morris, Bobby 
Mosley, David 
Nash, Richard C. 
Nelligan, Michael 
Newman, William 0. 
Newton, Dennis W. 
Ohnger, Anthony G. 
Osborne, Ronnie 
Overstreet, Walter R. 
Owens, Pete B. Jr. 
Owens, Ronnie L. 
Owsley, Robert 
Paitsel, James D. Jr. 
Peak, Barbara A. 
Perry, Charles E. 
Peters, Fred E. 
Peyton, William C. 
Phelps, James B. 
Phillips, Carol S. 



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Pickett, Kenneth H. 
Priiitt, Gregory D. 
Read, Ray V. 
Re ftltt, Thomas E. 
Riley, Jeffrey L. 
Riley, Robert Allan 
Ringstaff, Roy 
Ritter, Tommy 
Robinson, Thomas T. 
Rouse, Thomas L. 
Sanders, John David 
Sapp, Enia Jr. 
Schmitt, Karl F. Jr. 
Schomaker, Charles T. 
Schultz. Larry D. 
Scott, Emmanuel 
Shake, Kenneth L. 
Shartzer, Stephen Kent 
Shaw, Don 

Shepherd, Larry Nolan 
Simms, William Eric 
Simpson, Deanna L. 
Simpson, James H. 
Smith, Gary 
Smith, Judy L. 
Snider, Herbert R. 
Sowder, Bill D. 
Spears, Ronnie G. 
Stein, James K. 
Stephenson, Joe H. 
Stewart, William J. 
Stober, Martha J. 
Stokes, Cubb R. 
Story, John B. 
Stovall, Gary 



Sutton, James A. 
Swafford, Billy D. 
Thomas, Durward C. 
Thomas, John 
Thompson, David L. 
Thompson, Gerald D. 
Thompson, Jerry W. 
Thornberry, Gary Edward 
Ticknor, Bill 
Trapp, Charles W. 
Tro.xall, Keith 
Tucker, Charles N. 
Tuttle, John 
Tuttle, Walter E. Ill 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Vincent. Jack 
Wade, Charles 0. 
Wade, Kent 
Wallen, Wendell L. 
Warfield, Jerry 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Weinel, Timothy Wayne 
Welscher, Michael Sr. 
Westerman, Carol G. 
Williams, BufordW. Jr. 
Williains, Roland E. 
Wilson, Plomer C. Jr. 
Wilson, W. Bruce 
Wise, Gaila A. 
Woosley, Darrell 
Wright, Robert T. 
Yann, Gerald R. 
Yeager, Sharon K. 
Yeoman, George T. 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page Three) 

IV, District 1, Sub-District 2. Pikeville High School 
was assigned to Region IV, District 2, Sub-District 2. 

The Board of Control failed to approve requests 
from Trigg County High School and Wayne County 
High School that thev be elevated from Class AA to 
Class AAA in football for the 1979 and 1980 football 
seasons. 

The Board considered a proposal submitted by 
Meade County High School recommending re-align- 
ment for Region II in Class AAA football. Following 
a discussion of the proposal, it was the decision of the 
Board that there be no changes in the present align- 
ment in this Region for the 1979 and 1980 football 
seasons. 

The next meeting date for the Board of Control 
was scheduled for January 20, 1979, 10:00 A.M., at 
the Executive Inn East, Louisville. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Barri- 
ger, that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning October 1, 1978, and ending November 30, 
1978, be allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting ad- 
journed. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is the home phone). 
.'\dams, James C, Rt. 2, Edgewocid Est., Harrodshurg, 40330 

734-7652, 272-7632 
Alcorn, Mark A., Rt. 4, Taylorsville, 40071, 538-4356, 543 

2238 
Alexander, Don, Rt. 1 , Box 300, Wilmore, 40390, 858-3048 

252-2221 
Alexander, Ron J., 2 1 1 Main St., Harlan, 40831, Bus. 5 7 3-5022 
Allen, Doug, Box 405, Jackson, 41339, 666-7483, 666-2357 
Ashcraft, Daryl W., Rt. 5, Box 22, Maysville, 41056, 759 

7345, 883-3166 
Ashworth, Robin, 1057 Hamilton Rd., Park Hills, 41011 

291-3235 
Baker, Peggy E., 9808 Orlandi Ct., Jeffersontown, 40299 

267-6687, 452-5853 
Barnard, Phillip E., Rt. 10, Box 1 54-E, London, 40741 , 864 

9265, 878-9300 
Barton. Ronald G., J-5, Seminary Village, Louisville, 40206 

897-5491 
Beck, H. Wayne, 1053 Brentwood Drive, Russell, 41169 

836-8983. 739-4166 
Bell, Henry B., 960 Waverly Dr., Lexington, 40505, 255 

5108, 252-1771 
Bolt, Donald D., Rt. 1, Box 836, Grayson, 41 143, 474-5740 

377-4688 
Boykin, Arthur L., 563 Glenwood Ct., Paducah, 42001, 442 

4621, 524-9394 
Bradlev, Darrell, 149 Riverside Dr., West Liberty, 41472 

743-7459, 743-4700 
Brady, Danny T., 85 Arcadia Avenue, Ft. Mitchell, 41017 

341-8502, 421-1285 
Brady, Ron. 85 Arcadia Avenue, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341 

8502, 331-3066 
Branham, Mason Jr., Box l.Grahn, 411 42, 286-4 702, 286 

2821 
Brewer, Mark A., Rt. 2, Knoxville Rd., Drv Ridge, 41035 

824-5761, 824-3326 
Brown, Allen L. Jr., 617 Chuck Gray Ct., Apt. 5A, Owens 

boro, 42301, 926-1058 
Brown, Clarence J. Jr., 209 Moon Street, Stanford, 40484 

365-9625 
Buky, Keith, Rt. 3, Flatlick Road, Mt. Washington, 40047 

538-7205, 543-4592 
Burton, Connie, Box 15, Cumberland College, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-9067 
Bystrek, Tom, Rt. 2, Springfield, 40069, 336-3008, 336-3996 
Campbell, Eddie N., General Delivery, Ary, 41712 
Catron, Ken, Rt. 6, Box 1186, Morehead, 40351, 783-102 

255-2381 
Centers, Mike, Rt. 5, Box 444-A, London, 40741, 878-6813, 

897-5314 
Clark, Gregory L., Box 131. Morganfield, 42437, 389-4394 

389-3255 
Clark, Ronnie, Rt. 1, Box 41, Betsy Layne, 41605,478-5486 

437-7350 
Cobb, Michael £., Frakes, 40940, 424-7949 
Coleman, Greg, 108 Hampton Ave., Winchester, 4039 1 , 744 

37 1 1 
Cook, Lezetta M., Box 58, Forrer Hall, Transylvania Univ. 

Lexington, 40508, 839-6577, 233-8854 
Couch, Lester, Box 84, Smilax, 41764, 279-4393, 675-331 1 
Crittenden, David, 316 Wright St., Mayfield, 42066, 247 

9856, 247-7183 
Croley, Jerry Wayne, Box 478, Williamsburg, 40769, 549 

4367, 549-1234 
Crowell, Jimmy D., 607 Barnes St., Providence, 42460, 667 

2908 
Crume, Jane B., Box 463, Bardstown, 40004, 348-8076 
Cunningham, John Alan, 205 Plaza Ave., Louisville, 40218 

543-7701, 957-3405 
Davis, Larry, 3229 W. Kentucky, Louisville, 40211, 772 

3106 
Dixon, Gregory, 336 Transylvania Park, Lexington, 40508 

255-6340 
Dixon, Michael, 336 Transylvania Park, Lexington, 40508 

255-6340 
Downs, Joseph W., 12 1 Parkview, Bardstown. 40004, 348 

5123, 348-3991 
Duvall, Thomas Jay St., 4705 Andrew Wav, Louisville, 402 1 9 

964-1536. 363-2777 
Emmons, Guv W., 5500 Crosswood Court, Louisville, 40291 

239-9537 
Estes, Jody, 200 Nob Hill Lane, No. 4, Louisville, 40206 

897-9600, 588-4963 
Flynn, Bradley C, 236 Bryanwood Dr., Versailles, 40383 

873-7060, 255-7994 



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Iranlz, Jerrv. 22 1 W. lodd, 1 rankfort, 40601, 227-2016 

564-7300 
Fulmer, Kenneth 1)., 85 50 Winthrop Circle, Florence, 4 1 042 

Bus. 37 1-8656 
Gibson. Garv i-.. 4006 Heuclitree, Louisville, 40215, 366 

0445, 3610174 
Clillespie, Steve, 103 Lancaster Ct.. Richmond, 40475. 623 

9132, 986-0042 
Graham, Tony, 1468 Jocasta Drive, Lexington. 40502. 272 

3178. 253-3222 
Griffin. Hennis. 2025 Brownslioro Rd., Apt. 418. Louisville 

40206. 897-3939 
Guthrie. Gilliam 1-.. Box 45. Ma\field. 42066. 247 0170, 247 

0049 
Hall, Gary L., Rt. 1 , Box 1 95-B, Hineville, 40977. 337-3085 

337-2329 
Hardin. Danny, 304'/; W. Washington. Apt. 2. Glasgow. 42141 

651-9722. 651-6552 
Hargrove. David L.. Rt. 1. Melber. 42069. 856-3469. 753 

9101 
Hawkins. Gene. Box 506. CC Station. Williamshurg. 40769 

549-91 10. 549-4953 
Havs. Cochise. 7 15 Fifth Street. Bowling Green. 42 101. 843 

1939 
Henderson. Michael R.. 4097 Forsythe. Lexingtim, 40503 

278-7634. 233-3935 
Henry. Daniel T., 39 Ann St.. Florence. 41042. 371-5642 

292-5195 
Hewitt. Jim. 2730 Dakota .Avenue. Covington. 41015. 581 

6827, 651-1247 
Hollingsworth, Garv, Rt. 1 , Box I 84-A. Benton. 42025, 527 

8885. 527-1482 
Hosteller. Nancv. Riverside Christian School. Lost Creek 

41348 
Hourigan, Timothy, 2 10 Sage Road, Louisville, 40207. 897 

5679. 583-0251 
Howard. Alvin R.. Box 154, Cannel City, 41408, 743-4622 

743 4700 
Huff. Ernest. Box 156, Hazel Green. 41332. 725-9962 

666-8841 
Hulett. Wheeler, Rt. 1 , Lancaster, 40444, 792-4087 
Hummel, Joseph G., Jr., 233 E. 5th St., Newport, 41071. 

581-8888. 621-0215 
Hutchens. Jim. 1739 Foors Lane. Owensboro 42301, 685- 

1300, 685-3121 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr., Box 61, Linden Drive. Lawrenceburg 

40342. 839-4436, 839-7631 
Jackson. Ed, 2507 W. 9th St.. Owensboro. 42301. 684-4664 

926-3207. Ext. 272 
Janes, Chris, 717 Smith Drive, Bowling Green, 42101. 842 

8261 
Jansen. Jean, Rt. 6, Box 256, Shepherdsville, 40165, 957 

6159 
Jennings, Donnie, 106 Lynn Street, Cloverport, 401 1 1 
Jennings. Jeff. 312 Poplar St.. Dawson Springs, 42408, 797 

8119. 797-2909 
Jennings. James H.. 105 Clarksdale Circle. Glasgow, 42 141 

Bus. 678-2171 
Johnson. David L.. IS Barrv Lane. Raccliff. 40160. 651 

8143, 624-6518 
Johnson. Gage. 904 Highland Drive. Bowling tTfeen. 42 101 

842-3826. 842-2161 
Johnson. Michael. 114 S. Allison Ave.. Barbourville. 40906 

546-4274. 546-4960 
Johnson. O. J., 921 Winfred St.. Greenup. 4! 144, 473-4091 

324-7631 
Jones. Robert E.. 1701 Ridgewood. Murray. 42071. 753 

7504. 924.5602 
Jones. Stephen B.. 929 Wishbone Circle, Lexington, 40502 

266-3217 
Jones. Tommy S.. 341 I Hawthorne Dr.. Owensboro. 42301 

685-5379 
Keene. Johnny. Rt. I, Box 133B, Jackson, 41310, 295-2670 
Kelly, Jack Jr., 332 7 Schneiter, Louisville, 402 15, 363-9842 
Kindred, Michael L., P. O. Box 428, Winchester, 40391, 744 

3919, 625-3382 
King, Chester R.. 633 S. 41st St.. Louisville. 40211. 776 

4287. 776-0449 
King. Paul. 226 E. 5th St.. Maysville, 41056, 564-5273 
Klaiher. Jerrv. 46 Tanglewood. Flatwoods. 41 139. 836-12 80 

836-9658 
Kleitz. Robert E.. 9407 Donerail Way. Louisville. 40272 

935-2742, 447-0664 
Kluepfel, Joseph C, 262 West Broadway, Madisonville. 424 3 1 

825-1046 
Knauer. Glen M.. 112 S. Sunset Circle. Hopkinsville. 42240 

886-5510. 885-1361 
Knight. Hershel G.. Rt. 1. Penrod. 42365. 657-2740 
Koper. James K.. Rt. 3. Morgantown, 42261, 5 26-5 542 
Kremer, Michael A.. 906 Tavlor Ave.. Bellevue. 41073. 431 

8357 
Kurtz. David R.. Brookville. 41004. 735-2579. 735-3326 



Lambert. Irvin G., 6412 Fern Crest Rd., Louisville, 40291, 

239-4996, 459-0382 
Lancaster, Glenn, 1506 Porter Dr., Henderson, 42420, 826- 

4364, 826-7600 
Lashlev, Daniel R.. 917 Montavesta Cir., Lexington. 40502. 

266-3869 
Lawson. Stanley. Box 1 12. Artemus. 40903, 546-5319 
Leigh, Steve E., 1202 McKinley St., Corbin, 40701, 528- 

8050 
Leland, Lonnie, 1857-A Chatsworth, Lexington, 40505, 299- 

5300, 299-4317 
Lewis. Cecil Jr.. Box 219, Rt. 1. Smilax. 4 1764. 279-4444 
Lewis, Joseph, 1245 Summit Dr., Lexington, 40502, 266- 

7246, 748-5156 
Lewis, Stephen G., 100 New Hampshire Dr., Ashland, 41101, 

324-7903, 329-4565 
Logan, Michael, South Shore, 41 175, 932-3310, 354-7551 
Lonaker, Roger D., 616 Woolery St., Falmouth, 41040, 654- 

8016, 654-6105 
Long, C. Michael, Route 3, Stanton, 40380, 663-2783 
Long, James Stephen, 614 Orchard Dr.. Bowling Green. 

42101, 781-1261 
Long. William H.. 1729 Holley St., Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-7546, 781-3714 
Louden, Hubert C, 4249 Chaban Drive, Concord, CA, 94521 
Lowe, Gregory Jack, Box 74, Olive Hill, 41164, 286-2052 
Lowe, Stephen F., 2124 Tamarack Dr., Lexington, 40504, 

278-9662, 254-8091 
Lucas. Walter Wayne, Big Spring, 40106, 536-3647 
Luttrell, Gurney C. Jr., Box 232, Harlan, 40831, 573-1960, 

573-4900 
McCowan, Connell, Rt. 1, Box 253, Corbin, 40701, 528-4932 
McCowan, Judy, Rt. 1, Box 87, Annville, 40402, 364-5956 
McGown, Phil, 412 Emmett Dr., Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

6053, 781-9807 
Mcintosh, Carl W., Brewers Trailer Park, Jackson, 41339, 

666-2190, 378-7761 
McLean, Gordon, Rt. 2, Box 25, Whitesburg, 41858, 633- 

5661, 633-7579 
McPherson, Lannv, Rt. 2, Auburn, 42276, 542-4326, 726- 

7681 
Maddox, Arthur L., 3915 Alford Ave., Louisville, 40212, 

778-81 12 
Majors. Jeffrey Young. Box 5698. Hart Hall, MSU, Murray, 

42071, 767-2734 
Mangus, Robert J., 211 Leimaur Dr., Richmond, 40475, 623- 

4405, 623-9942 
Marcum, Danny, Jackson Co. High School, McKee, 40447, 

965-3372, 287-7155 
Marlow, Charles, Bradfordsville, 40009, 337-3617 
Martin, Steven W., 3140 Estes Lane, Paducah, 42001, 442- 

9099, 898-3533 
Mattingly. John R.. 221 E. Chandler St.. Lebanon. 40033. 

692-6984, 336-9347 
Mattingly, Terry L., 701 Cedar St., Owensboro, 4230 1 , 685- 

5488, 684-8201 
Matusiak, Marty H., 304 Par Lane. Elizabethtown, 42701, 

737-4142, 737-6388 
Maxev. Richard E., P. O. Box 87, Somerset, 42501, 678- 

4888, 679-4401 
May, Neal, Box 80, Ivel, 41642, 874-2823 
Meacham, Gred, Route 5, Russellville, 42276, 726-3727, 726- 

2446 
Melton, Paul D., Rt. 1, Box 7, Cutshin, 41732, 279-4593 
Meredith, Denny E. Jr., 4010 Blanton Lane, Louisville, 402 1 6. 

447-3917 
Messer. Roy. Jr.. Gray Hawk, 40434, 287-7304, 287-7161 
Meyer, David W., 7257 Turfway Road, Florence, 41042, 

283-2628 
Milburn, Ellery J., 213 West Main St., Springfield, 40069, 

336-3486, 336-9494 
Millay, Donna L., 10807 Beatrice Way, Valley Station, 40272, 

935-5302, 937-6106 
Miller, Richard, Rt. 3, Rockbridge, Tompkinsville, 42 167, 

487-5441, 487-5321 
Miller, Thomas A.. 426 Ward Ave., Bellevue, 41073, 581- 

6077 
Mills, Dwight K., 563 Oaklawn Dr., Paducah, 42001. 554- 

1439. 443-5318 
Mills, John C, Jr., 2305 Briargate Ave., Louisville, 402 16, 

447-5423, 776-4651 
Miniard, Lonnie W., 4400 Kranet Way, Louisville, 402 18, 

452-6652 
Minsterketter, Alan R., 1038 Hess Lane, Louisville, 40217, 

634-1776, 778-4421 
Modrell, Garry W., 259 Merravav, Florence, 41042, 525- 

6384, 491-2663 
Molloy, George Patrick, Route 8, Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-2006, 781-3898 
Monks. Ronald E.. 3509 Dorset Road, Louisville. 40214. 

937-6222 
Moore. Anatole P.. 626 Center, Bowling Green, 42101, 

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Moore, Dean, Rural Route 1, Falmouth, 41040, 654-3695, 

654-3385 
Moore, N. Dean, Box 296, Guthrie, 42234, 483-2683, 483- 

2541 
Moore, Tom, Rt. 11, Box 5A, Bowling Green, 42 101 , 843- 

8874 
Morgan, Craig D., Box 575, Hyden, 41749, 672-2174, 598- 

2192 
Morris, John C, Box 1420 SBTS, Louisville, 40206, 897- 

7941 
Mosley, Wayne, Rt. 1, Trenton, 42286, 767-2331 
Mosby, John, 500 Poplar Street, Versailles, 40383, 873-3496, 

Mudd, Dennise Kay, 1109 Elm Street, West Point, 40177, 

922-4447, 422-4931 
Mullins, Harold, Box 1158, Hazard, 41701, 785-5945, 436- 

5678 
Murrell, Charles "B.I.", 656 New Squires Rd., Lexington, 

40502, 272-8421 
Myers, Ronald J., 105 Westwood Drive, Elizabethtown, 

42701, 765-7198 
Nelligan, Michael L., 2021 Lowell Ave., Louisville, 40205, 

459-651 1, 426-1650 
Newsome. Bill, Box 301. Weeksburv. 41667. 452-4207 
Newsome, Verl, Grethel, 41631, Bus. 587-2212 
Napier, Wallace R„ Box 371, Evarts, 40828, 837-3625, 837- 

2502 
Newton, Danny Lynn, Rt. 6, Box 100, Shelbyville, 40065, 

633-6034, 633-2653 
Nielsen, Patsy A., 2900 Argyle Dr.. Lexington, 40503, 272- 

2183 
Nighbert, Charles W., Rt. 4, Box 940, Williamsburg, 40769, 

549-2476, 549-2353 
Noll, JohnT., 22 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781-4169, 

941-0300 
Norton, Joseph M., 559 North Broadway, Lexington, 40508, 

233-0279, 269-361 1. Ext. 254 
Oakes, Jim, Jeff, 4175 1, 436-507 3, 439-2311 
Oakes, Tammy, Jeff, 41751, 436-5073 
O'Banion, Cornelius, Jr., 137 East Main, Frankfort, 40601, 

223-8757 
O'Bryan, Mary Jane, 5705 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville, 

40219, 964-4686 
O'Connor, Steve M., No. 7, Shaden Hall, Morehead, 40351, 

784-9710, 784-9994 
OUiges, Sharon M., 2212 Landan Drive, Louisville, 40218, 

452-2347 
Outland, Stanley L, 1208 Peggv Ann Drive, Murray, 42071, 

759-1683, 753-5479 
Overton, Frank Jr., Box 36, Four Mile, 40939, 337-2026, 

337-9461 
Owens, Danny Louis, 888 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, 897- 

7279, 585-3084 
Owens, Mark, 3550 Pimlico Pkwy., No. 295, Lexington, 40502, 

273-2467 
Owens, Pete B. Jr., 3470 Winthrop Road, Lexington, 40503, 

278-0016, 232-2786 
Parker, Lowell D., Apt. 56, Highland Heights, Prestonsburg, 

41653, 886-9264 
Parker, Steve, 2504 Woodhill Dr., Lexington, 40509, 269- 

4272, 269-3326 
Parrent, Kenny, Box 389, Eddyville, 42038, 388-7422, 965- 

3630 
Parrott, Sharon K., Box 542, Pineville, 40977, 337-6327, 

664-2534 
Pearl, George W. Jr.. 2915 Lexham Road, Louisville, 40220, 

491-1762, 582-5575 
Pelfry, Allen, 3295 Sutherland Drive, Lexington, 405 02 , 

272-0483 
Pelphrey, Jack, Northgate Subdivision, Paintsville, 41210, 

789-1857, 789-3055 
Penny, Emily, Rt. 3, No. 8, Cherry Hill, Williamstown, 41097, 

823-7471, 824-4421 
Percell, Danny, 5101 Kilmer Blvd., Louisville, 40213, 968- 

8629 
Perry, Charles E., 123 Graves, Erlanger, 41018, 727-4138, 

342-6696 
Peterson, Bill S., Box 667, Bardstown, 40004, 348-9696, 

348-9224 
Peyton, William C, Box 34, Harned, 40144, 756-2040, 422- 

2121 
Phelps, Johnny, Box 45, London, 40741 , 864-2 337. 864-4830 
Phelps, Ray, Box 45 1, Russell, 41 169,836-6646, 928-52 34 
Pinckney, Thomas A., 5472-A, Kelley Street, Ft. Knox, 

40121, 624-2256, 624-2424 
Polivick, Dewayne, Route 1, Bardwell, 42023, 628-3882, 

665-5155 
Polly, Glay, Box 73, Shelby Gap, Dorton, 41563, 639-9747 
Polly, Rex, Box 181, Mayking, 41837, 633-9774, 633-2223 
Ponchot, Joseph C, 3387 Appletree Lane, Erlanger, 41018, 

342-6932, 342-6400 
Powers, Brian J., 2618 Old Hickory Rd., Louisville, 40299, 

267-0066, 588-4498 



Prater, Allen K., Box 125, Vanceburg, 41 179 

Prater, Jack D., Box 262, Vanceburg, 41179, 796-3058, 

564-201 1, Ext. 343 
Prichard, Glenn W., Warfield, 41267, 393-3250, 235-2800 
Quast, John, 120 Druid Lane, Ft. Mitchell. 41017, 341-7716 

371-7450 
Racis, Joe, Box 280, Dupree Hall, EKU, Richmond, 40475, 

62 5-4106 
Rail, Edward W., 5 10 Perkins Ave., Danville, 40422, 236 

8929, 236-5464 
Ramey, Gary, Rt. 1, Salt Lick, 40371, 683-2821, 674-6325 
Rappold, Allen D., 3507 Haywood Circle, Erlanger, 41018 

331-9195, 771-4200, Ext. 236 
Reed, Andrew J., Elsie, Salyersville, 41422, 349-2899 
Reed, Clarence Wesley, 1326 Center Pkwy., Lexington, 40502 

272-6027, 254-8031, Fxt. 276 
Rich, Dale L., 3302 Montavesta Rd., B-52, Lexington, 40502 

269-5045, 278-7418 
Richardson, Bob, Rt. 1, Slaughters, 42456, 784-7248, 827 

1638 
Riffe, Gary L., Rt. 5, Box 571, Ashland, 41101, 836-4530 

329-3333, Ext. 8857 
Riley, Tim Ray, Rt. 14, Box 225, Bowling Green, 42101 

843-6700 
Roaden, Lonnie, Rt. 2, Box 158, A-4, Mt. Vernon, 40456 

453-2851, 528-8050 
Robbins, Mike, 778 Jimae, Independence, 41051, 356-2209 

352-5600 
Rogers, Carlie D., Rt. 2, Maple Ave., Stanford, 40484, 365 

2702, 734-3292 
Rogers, Eldridge, Rt. 7, Hopkinsville, 42240, 269-2234, 886 

3921 
Ruark, Mark J., 121 Maplelawn, Hopkinsville, 42240, 885 

6405, 886-3921 
Runvon, Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry, 41514, 353-9206 

353-7239 
Rush, Mark D., Spencer Street, Burkesville, 427 1 7, 864-5352 

864-5392 
Russell, Allen R., 124 Berea Blvd., Raceland, 41169, 836- 

5956 
Russell, Gary E., 2112 Gregory Drive, Henderson, 42420, 

827-2437 
Sallee, Ray D., Box 583, Jackson, 41339, 666-5397, 666 

2440 
Sallee, Claude Douglas, 1 1 1 Carter Avenue, Winchester, 4039 

744-6632, 625-4931 
Sanders, John David, Rt. 5, Madison, IN, 47250, 866-4625 

889-2120 
Sargent, Terry C, 109 E. 10th St., Paris, 40361, 987-705' 
Schmitt, Karl F. Jr., 1619 Deer Park Avenue, Louisville 

40205, 458-9065, 447-3442 
Schmitt, Nancy Joan, 1619 Deer Park Avenue, Louisville 

40205, 458-9065, 588-6303 
Schomaker, Charles T., 1860 Mt. Vernon Dr., Ft. Wright 

4101 1, 331-2680, 244-3806 
Schulte, Steven Doak, 15 1 Todds Rd., No. 421, Lexington 

40509, 266-5065 
Scott, Sidney H., 809 Lynnwood St., Albany, 42602, 387 

7203, 387-5186 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills, 41016, 341-0213 

638-9676 
Selby, John, 3110 Auburn Circle, Louisville, 40299, 491 

3854 
Shackelford, Earl F., 3367 Fir Tree Lane, Erlanger, 41018 

342-7740, 431-1305 
Shain, Debbie J., 3803 River Oaks Cr., Louisville, 40222,425 

3609, 583-8330 
Sherrow, Harry T., Rt. 3, Frankfort, 40601, 873-4224, 873 

5948 
Shoecraft, James, Box 179, O'Donnell Hall, EKU, Richmond 

40475, 625-1919 
Shreve, Tim, 2700 Hurstbourne Lane, Louisville, 40220, 499 

8219, 452-4609 
Simpson, F. DeLane, Rt. 2, Boc 192CA, Greenville, 42345, 

338-1361 
Sims, Michael V., A-2, Coach Est., Murray, 42071, 753-2316 
Sizemore, Austin, Box 36, Oneida, 40972, 625-5906 
Slone, Carson, Box 1 1 18, Hazard, 41701 , 666-5460, 439-231 1 
Smart, John S., Rt. 3, Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-5437 
Smith, Arthur Lynn, 2217 W. Ormsby, Louisville, 40210, 

778-1185, 454-4233 
Smith, James Beverly, 211 S. 1st Street, Bardstown, 40004, 

348-5402, 348-3943 
Smith, Ronald K., 10707 Linn Station Road, Louisville, 

40223. 245-3847, 585-8607 
Snider, Herbert R., 203 Dogwood Lane, Somerset, 42501, 

679-4824, 679-4436 
Spainhoward, Steve, Box 247, Holmes Hall, UK, Lexington, 

40506, 258-5138 
Spurlock, Ellis G., Box 511, Martin, 41649, 285-9972 
Stacy, Doyle M., 618 Kirsch Way, Fairdale, 401 18, 368-4549 
Stafford, David, 517-A, Alumni Tower, MSU, Morehead, 

40351, 784-4410 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Paschall, D. Duncan, J. Boyd, B. Sparks, R. Hawkins, M. Brown, 
D. Wyatt, L. Lovelace, G. Saxton, K. Sims, J. Dillard, T. Nelson, B. Berhow, B. Freeman. Second Row: 
J. Jackson, G. Hawkins, D. Madding, J. Waldrop, R. Walker, B. Gentry, C. Biggers, M. SherrUl, J. Puck- 
ett, B. Ford, S. Bradford, M. Glover, J. Slettuett. Third Row: C. Parrott, T. Morefield, J. Looper, L. 
Kemp, J. Mason, J. Mike, J. Webb, B. Read, J. Washburn, D. Moore, D. Dunaway, G. Kerr. Fourth 
Row: M. Moss, B. Barnes, M. EUiott, C. Green, J. Fitzgerald, T. Grouse, M. Dolan, T. Hite, R. Hobbs, 
R. Sanders, T. Seaver, M. Crider, J. Scarbrough. Fifth Row: C. Grahan, J. SheltonI, Coach Counts, 
Coach McDonald, Coach Morris, Coach Smith, Coach Leahy, Coach Sanders, V. Dawson, R. McGehee. 



Mayfield 2 8 — Lone Oak 
Maytield 2 8 — Fort Campbell 7 
Mayfield 3 5 — Murray 1 5 
Mayfield 4 — Owensboro Catholic 
Mayfield 1 4 — Memphis Douglas 6 



Mayfield 4 1 — Hopkinsville 6 
Mayfield 36 — Trigg County 1 
Maytield 7 — Heath 2 
Mayfield 1 4 — CaldweU County 1 2 
Mayfield 3 5 — Paducah Tilghman 6 



PLAYOFFS 
Mayfield 7 — Glasgow 3 
Mayfield 2 8 — Ft. Knox 7 
Mayfield 22 — Somerset 6 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

FEBRUARY 1979 



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(Left to Right) Front Row Mgr 8 Neikir S Muse J Jermgan \ Minton, R Zimmerman J Hines J Jewell F Buxkett, 
B. Higdon P Uobbs J Prict J Prather R Games D Walker C Bacon K Stevens Mgr T Massev Second Row J J Adams, 
S. Vaught T Prather L Stevens G St well B Bobbitt I Hahn K Neely T Burton A Chcuvront D Padgett J Hmes, C 
Eastham, J. Girdler, S. Jewell, C. Elswrick, B. Toole, Mgr. S. McCann. Third Row: Mgr. C. Copeland, T. Burris, M. Walker, J. 
Hopper, A. Newell, R. Jamison, M. Moore, T. Venable, R. Cain, R. PhUpott, R. Haney, D. Mounce, B. Howard, B. Whitaker,T. 
Floyd, D. Rizenbergs, Mgr. J. Perkins. 



MIDDLESBORO - CLASS AA, REGION III, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Lynch, B. Banks, M. Evans, T. Jones, D. Jackson, B. Hart. Second Row: T. Barnes, T. Webb, 
D. Mills, S. Reams, F. Buckner, P. Shatluck, V. Hoskins, S. Schneider, J. Epperson, P. Cawood. Third Row: T. Poore, B. Bacon, 
D. WUder, B. Williams, D. Martin, B. Norton, A. Frost. Fourth Row: R. Howard, C. Wilson, R. Burch, B. Barton, G. Russell, J. 
Dean, M. Price, T. Mace, R. Idol. Fifth Row: G. Fans, R. White, J. Brewer, H. Eggers, D. Barnes, G. StaUard, M. Long, R. Fuson, 
S. Thompson, B. Souther, V. Hayes. Sixth Row: N. Howard, T. Baker, R. Tennyson, C. Dunn, M. Williams, M. Elmore, C. Riggs, 
D. Wilson, R. Evans, J. Welch. Seventh Row: R. Mayes, B. White, S. Ely, K. Wilson, J. Schneider, J. Carey, M. Hillman, D. 
Cox, D. Epperson. 



PIKEVILLE - CLASS AA, REGION IV CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Priint Row I Lo< kh irl Mgr I Divis, T. Habem, K Damson, N Venters, J. Joyce, D. Sheldon, D. 
Charles, F Justice \ Goss L Cross I Btrgman, E McCanaUen, R Staggs, Mgr T Ray. Second Row: S. Lockhart, Mgr. S 
Newsome, P Blackbiurn, J McDonald, R Thacker, K Honaker, W Dawhare, T Whitager, D Adkins, T Justice, F. Dawhare, 
M. Fryman, D. Carlton, D. Johnson, Mgr. R. Easton. Third Row: G. Taylor, J. Venters, J. Justice, T. Justice, J. Branham, D. 
Kent, E. Justice, D. Thomas, K. Thacker, F. Daniels, C. Ratliff, J. Coleman, A. Joyce, J. Castle, A. Justice. Fourth Row: J. 
Mahan, D. Owens, L. Phillips, Ass't Coach J. Hays, D. Stamper, M. Tackett, R. Caudm, M. Littrell, B. Shurtleff, J. Cauley, 
Ass't Coach B. Allara, Coach H. Howard. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI-NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive 
Inn— East, Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday, Janu- 
ary 20, 1979. The meeting was called to order by 
President Jack Burkich at 10:00 A.M. with all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Com- 
missioners Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise present. Con- 
ley Manning was present representing the State De- 
partment of Education. The invocation was given by 
Joseph McPherson. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger, that the m.inutes of the December 23, 1978, 
meeting of the Board of Control be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Burkich introduced attorneys, Bruce P. 
Zalman and Todd HoUenbach to the Board. They 
had come before the Board to appeal the eligibility 
case of Christian Lanham who is ineligible to partici- 
pate in athletics at Southern High School under By- 
Law 6, Section 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Lanham and Christian 
also appeared before the Board. After a lengthy dis- 
cussion Barney Thweatt made the motion that By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be waived in 
this case. Zeb Blankenship seconded the motion and 
it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented and discussed copies of pro- 
posals recommended by the Big 8 Conference. These 
proposals and any others received prior to March 1 
will be considered by the 1979 Delegate Assembly. 

Assistant Commissioner Wise gave a report on the 
progress of ticket sales for the boys' and girls' State 
Basketball Tournaments. He reported that advanced 
ticket sales have shown an increase over those of the 
same period last year. 

After a lengthy discussion on the assignment of 
district and regional tournament officials, Pete Grigs- 
by made the motion, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that tournament officials be assigned outside the dis- 
trict and region where they reside. The motion car- 
ried by a vote of 9-1. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter from Ralph Gab- 
bard of WKYT-TV stating that his television station 
could not accept the K.H.S.A.A. proposal to televise 
the semi-finals and finals of the Boys' Basketball 
Tournament. With this information the Board decided 
that the semi-finals and finals of the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament would not be televised for 
1979. 

Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger, that Cross Country be placed into three classes, 
as was done in track for the 1979-80 school year, 
based upon the 1979 fall enrollment figures received 
from the State Department of Education. The motion 
passed unanimously. 



Joseph McPherson presented a report from the 
Jefferson County Schools requesting that football 
championships be determined by using the won/lost 
record instead of the Dickinson System. The Dickin- 
son System would only be used to break ties. After a 
discussion by the Board members President Burkich 
assigned the proposal to the Football Committee for 
study and recommendations to be considered at the 
March meeting of the Board of Control. 

Barney Thweatt made a motion, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the following recommenda- 
tions be adopted in scheduling regional games for boys 
and girls basketball tournaments: regional finals for 
boys and girls must be completed by Tuesday night 
following the second Saturday night in March; in the 
region where boys and girls regional tournaments are 
assigned to separate sites, the regional tournament 
managers shall schedule games in order that girls and 
boys games are not played on the same dates at the 
separate sites; in regions where boys and girls regional 
tournaments are assigned to the same site, the regional 
tournament manager shall be responsible for schedul- 
ing games in the best interest of all participating 
schools. The motion passed unanimously. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- 
ship, that all bills of the Association for the month of 
December be allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

The ne,\t meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for Friday, March 16, 1979, 9:00 A.M. at 
the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Le.xington, Kentucky. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



1978-79 Wrestling 
Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials 
qualified for the advanced rating of Approved and 
Certified as a result of the National Federation Wres- 
tling examination which was given in Kentucky on 
December 4, 1978. Only officials receiving these higli- 
er ratings are eligible to work in the district and 
regional tournaments. Only Certified officials are 
eligible to work in the State Tournament. 

Wrestling officials who qualified for advanced rat- 
ing and have attended the KHSAA Clinic for the 
current season are: 

CERTIFIED 

Bryant, Stephen D. Lineberry, Mark D. 

Cline, Jack D. Mann, Lawrence V. 

Hubbard, Edward 0. Warren, Lawrence A. 

Ingraham, Gary J. Weenolsen, Robert 0. 

APPROVED 

Lynch, Charlies Owens, Lewis F. 

Martin, Alan L. Washington, Eugene C. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1979 



FEBRUARY, 1979 



VOL. XLI-No. 7 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E, Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

X!'^^"P''<^5 Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington D J 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate SI. 00 per year 



1979 District Tournament Sites 
GIRLS 

Carlisle County 33. Simon Kenton 

. Heath 34. Holy Cross 



3. Mayfield 


35. Dayton 


4. Murray State Un. 


36. Campbell County 


5. Lyon County 


37. Bourbon County 


6. Union County 


38. Augusta 


7. Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


39. Mason County 


8. Todd Co. Central 


40. Montgomery County 


9. Owensboro 


41. Woodford County 


10. Greenville 


42. Mercer County 


1 1 . Frederick Fraize 


43. Henry Clay 


1 2. Grayson County 


44. Model Laboratory 


13. Russellville 


45. Boyle County 


M.Warren Central 


46. Lincoln County 


15. Barren County 


47. Monticello 


16. Clinton County 


48. Pulaski County 


17. North Hardin 


49. Rockcastle County 


18. Hart County 


50. Williamsburg 


19. Nelson County 


51. Bell County 


20. Marion County 


52. Evarts 


21. Evangel 


53. Jenkins 


22. Butler 


54. Hazard 


23. Fairdale 


55. Riverside Christian 


24. Thomas Jefferson 


56. Powell County 


25. Male Traditional 


57. Paintsville 


26. Atherton 


58. Prestonsburg 


27. Jeffersontown 


59. Millard 


28. Ballard 


60. Phelps 


29. North Bullitt 


61. Morgan County 


30. Shelby County 


62. Lewis County 


31. Trimble County 


63. Russell 


32. Grant County 


64. Boyd County 


BOYS 


1. Carlisle County 


33. Walton- Verona 


2. Heath 


34. Holmes 


3. Mayfield 


35. Dayton 


4. Murray State Un. 


36. Campbell County 



5. 


Lyon County 


37. 


Millersburg Mill. Inst. 


6. 


Union County 


38. 


Pendleton County 


7. 


Madisonville-N. Hoplins 


39. 


Mason County 


8. 


Todd Co. Central 


40. 


Montgomery County 


9. 


Owensboro 


41. 


Woodford County 


10. 


Greenville 


42. 


Mercer County 


11. 


Breckinridge County 


43. 


Henry Clay 


12. 


Ohio County 


44. 


Model Laboratory 


13. 


Russellville 


45. 


Boyle County 


14. 


Western Ky. Un. 


46. 


Lincoln County 


15. 


Barren County 


47. 


Monticello 


16. 


Clinton County 


48. 


Pulaski County 


17. 


North Hardin 


49. 


Rockcastle County 


18. 


Hart County 


50. 


Williamsburg 


19. 


Nelson County 


51. 


Bell County 


20. 


Marion County 


52. 


Evarts 


21. 


Central 


53. 


Fleming-Neon 


OT 


Butler 


54. 


Hazard 


23. 


Fairdale 


55. 


Riverside Christian 


24. 


Thomas Jefferson 


56. 


Powell County 


25. 


Ahrens 


57. 


Paintsville 


26. 


Atherton 


58. 


Prestonsburg 


27. 


Jeffersontown 


59. 


Millard 


28. 


Westport 


60. 


Phelps 


29. 


North Bullitt 


61. 


Morgan County 


30. 


Shelby County 


62. 


Elliott County 


31. 


Trimble County 


63. 


Russell 


32. 


Grant County 


64. 


Boyd County 



1979 Regional Tournament Sites 
GIRLS 

(1) Murray State Univeristy, (2) Trigg County High 
School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter , (4) Barren 
County High School. (5) North Hardin Higli School, 
(6) Southern High School, (7) St. Xavier High School, 
(8) Henry County High School, (9) Highlands High 
School (10) Fleming County High School, (11) 
Lafayette High School, (12) Pulaski County High 
School, (13) Middlesboro High School, (14) Knott 
Central High School, (15) Lawrence County High 
School, ( 16) Russell High School. 

BOYS 

(1) Murray State University, (2) Hopkinsville High 
School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) Western 
Kentucky University, (5) Nelson County High School, 
(6) Southern High School, (7) St. Xavier High School, 
(8) Henry County Higli School, (9) Holmes High 
School, (10) Mason County High School, (1 1) Un. of 
Ky. Memorial Coliseum, (12) Pulaski County High 
School, (13) Middlesboro High School, (14) Breathitt 
County High School, (15) Johnson Central High 
School, ( 16) Boyd County High School. 

Attention, Principals 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
28-3, head baseball coaches and registered baseball 
officials are required to attend at least one rules 
interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given be- 
low. Principals of member schools sponsoring base- 
ball teams should not allow their teams to begin their 
1978 schedules unless there has been compliance with 
the rule mentioned. 



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Page Three 



Baseball Clinic Schedule 

February 5, County Board of Education, Newburg Rd., 

Louisville, 7:00 p.m. 
February 12, Henry Clay High School, Lexington, 

7:00 p.m. 
February 1 9 , Holmes High School , Covington , 7 : 00 p .m. 
March 12, L. T. Smith Stadium, Western Ky. Un., 

Room 128, Bowling Green, 7:00 p.m. 
March 26, Somerset High School, Somerset, 7:00 p.m. 
March 27, Middlesboro High School, Middlesboro, 

7:00 p.m. 
March 28, Hazard High School, Hazard, 7:00 p.m. 
March 29, Johnson Central High School, Paintsville, 

7:00 p.m. 
March 30, Paul Blazer High School, Ashland, 7:00 p.m. 
April 2, Elizabethtown High School, Elizabethtown, 

7:00 p.m. 
April 3, Hopkinsville High School, Hopkinsville, 

7:00 p.m. 
April 4, Paducah Tilghman High School, Paducah, 

7:00 p.m. 
April 5,OwensboroHigh School, Owensboro, 7:00 p.m. 



Supplementary List of Registered 
Wrestling Officials - 1978-79 

If one telephone number is given for an official , it 
is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Ashby, Don R.-Box 15, Crofton 42217, 424-5687, 

885-3393 
Daniel, Robert D.-Rt. 1, Box 279B, Sebree 42455, 

Bus. Phone 835-7791 
Davis, Chris Brian-Box 112, Stone 41567, 353^593, 

353-9303 
East, Martin D.-Rt. 4, Nicholasville 40356, 885-5094 
Hubbard, Edward 0.-1726 Shirley Ave., Clarksville, 

IN 47130, 944-6082, 288-6463 
Keeling, Ricky Joe— 447 Hutchinson, Paducah 42001 , 

443-8383,442-9141 
Keen, Richard S.— 2212 Lower Hunter Trace Rd., 

Louisville 40216, 447-8159 
Kessinger, William S.-114 E. Offutt Ave., Morgan- 
field 42437, 389-1444, 389-3156 
McBride, James S.-3543 Tates Creek Rd., No. 99, 

Lexington 40502, 272-2250, 252-0740 
Martin, Donny-201 Traylor St., Princeton 42445, 

365-5417 
Miller, Greg-137 Flirtation Walk, Louisville 40219, 

964-7137,935-7110 
Morse, Richard K. Jr.— 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Rad- 

cliff 40160, 351-3748, 877-5328 
Moyer, Charles R.-36 Maple Ave., Highland 41076, 

441-0531, 591-1200 
Reece, James H. Jr.— 4522 Cod Drive, Louisville 

40272, 935-3233 
Rose, Roger-804 Evans Drive, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-4156, 248-4663 
Ruhlin, Andrew D.— 908 Vickers Village, Richmond 

40475,6234111,622-2474 
Sheerna, Paul A.— 205 Cannons Lane, Louisville 40206 

8954973, 451-5010, Ext. 60 



Starnes, Donald S.-209 Lewis Ln., Suite 101 , Newport 
41071, 261-8209, 241-4260, Ext. 207 

Stork, Michael G.-261 Easton Lane, Burlington 
41005,586-5821 

Swarner, Terry L.— 1038 Britton Springs Road, Clarks- 
ville, TN 37040, 648-3894, 502/798-3624 

Todd, Timothy D.— 1923 Sutton Dr., Henderson 
42420, 8274855, 821-1600, Ext. 264 

Underdonk, Paul D.-Lot 33, Jeffco Tr. Pk., Rad- 
cliff 40160, 351-8457, 877-2451 

Washington, Eugene C.-569 Freeman Dr., Lexington 
40505, 299-1688, 272-241 1 , Ext. 242 

Young, Arthur J.— 504 Alumni Tower, MSU, More- 
head 4035 1 , 7834372 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from January Athlete) 

(If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the 
home phone number unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is the home phone). 

Stallons, Caria, Rt.l, Box 164, Wickliffe, 42087, 335-3467, 

734-4370 
Stanton, Ron, Box 562, Rt. 3, Alexandria, 41001, 635-7204 
Starnes, Phillip, 512 Greenlawn Drive, Edgewood, 41017 

341-8855 
Stepp, James G., General Delivery, Inez, 41224, 298-3151 

395-5342 
Stethen, Mike, Box 134, Bedford, 40006, 255-3285 
Stevens, William Terry, 906 Mary Sue Drive. Flatwoods 

41 139, 836-2579, 836-9328 
Stewart, William J., Box 491, Campbellsville College, Camp 

bellsville, 42718, 789-1449, 465-2940 
Stilwell, Ray R., Rt. 1, Box 266-A, Providence, 42450, 667 

5770, 667-2852 
Stinson, Charles L., Box 616, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-2663 

786-2388 
Stokes, Cubb R., 503 Moulton Street, Hickman, 42050, 236 

3712, 236-2568 
Stone, Kenneth W., 17 Holliday Ct., Henderson, 42420, 826 

9336,477-9411 
Stout, Robert C. Rt. 5, Paddock Place, Versailles. 40383 

873-8825, 873-7361 
Stovall.Gary, 213 S. 16th, Murray, 4207 1 , 753-0702 
Strickland, Rickie, Rt. 2, Box 320, Upton, 42784, 373-3391 
Stuedle, Raymond J., 1404 Girard Drive, Louisville, 40222 

425-3679, 893-3852 
Swafford, Billy D., Box 331, Barbourville, 40906, 546-6041 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr., 3 Circle Drive, Florence, 41042, 371 

3910, 581-0158 
Szczapinski, Larry, Box 84, Smith's Grove, 42171, 563-4338 
Tackett, Timmy, Box 182, Dorton, 41520 
Tandy, Samuel. 3307 Bobwhite Avenue, Owensboro, 42301 

685-3833, 684-0448 
Taylor, Dale, Box 780, Somerset, 42501, 379-2772, 678-811 
Taylor, Edward C, Box 695, Martin, 41649, 886-6462 
Taylor, Randy, 201 School Street, Flemingsburg, 41041 

849-4236, 784-8370 
Thomas, Billy G., 10903 Torrington Road, Louisville, 40272 

937-8372, 367-3461 
Thomas, Michael A.. Ill Patterson Court, Campbellsville 

42718, 465-7577, 465-2877 
Thompson, David L., General Delivery, Clay, 42404, 664 

6372, 664-2429 
Thornsberry. Larry R., Box 31, Pippa Passes, 41844, 368 

4321, 785-5074 
Tipton, Michael L., Rt. 3, Box 440-A, Stanton, 40380, 663 

9064 
Torkelson, Rebecca L., 447 ColumbiaAve., Lexington, 40508 

257-2138, 254-9577 
Tucker, Charles N., 404 Locust St., Vine Grove, 40175, 

877-2450, 624-8230 
Turner, Paul Eric, 813 Park Street, Bowling Green. 42101 

842-2804 
Tyre, Donald C, 5 18 Tatato Tr., Frankfort, 40601, 695 

4139, 254-6612, Ext. 270 
Tyree, Preston M., Rt. 8, Box 114, Richmond, 40475, 623 

8564, 623-2264 
Upchurch, David T., Box 668, Monticello, 42633, 348-9492 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1979 



1978 KAPOS TROPHY WINNER 



State-At-Large Champion 
Greenup County High School 



"Sweet 16" Champions 
Shelby County High School 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Nancy Adkins, Marcia Phillips, 
Jan Pauley, Sonya Savage, Lillie Clark, Brenda Mays. Second 
Row: Joy Elkins, Christy Cade, Michelle Glass, Jodi Stevens, 
andy Piatt, Kelly Riffe. 



(Left to Right) Front Row: Ann Aukerman, Monica Flem- 
ing, Lisa RatcUffe, Sheri Goodridge, Sally Borders. Second 
Row: Jennifer Imel, Karen Ruble, Janie Biagi. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Cheerleader and Sponsor Registeration: All cheer- 
leading squads and/or sponsors are asked to stop by 
the KAPOS table in Rupp Arena to: 

1 . Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and materials 
for you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. They 
can be identified by their hostess armbands. Feel free 
to ask them for help, and in turn they may seek you 
and your cheerleaders to be interviewed by one of the 
radio commentators. In order to make their task easier, 
we are asking that you register your seat, row and 
section number. A possible radio interview is often 
missed because the guides could not locate the de- 
sired person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospitality Room 
located in Rupp Arena. We cordially invite you to have 
refreshments, socialize with friends, e.xchange ideas, 
and perhaps get help with your problems. 

"Sweet Si.xteen" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to you 
by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and relay 
all information to your cheerleader sponsor. We re- 
quest that your cheerleaders be chaperoned by a well 
qualified, school approved adult. Verification of this, 
along with your sponsor's name, must be contained in 
the letter of conformation which you will receive. 
This letter must be in the hands of a KAPOS officer 
prior to the time that your cheerleaders take the floor. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a paid 
up member of KAPOS in order for your squad to com- 
pete for the cheerleading awards in the State Tourna- 
ment. The winners of these awards will be determined 
by use of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
will also be included in the packet sent by the K.H.S. 
A.A. to the winners of the si.xteen regions (Handbook, 
p. 16). 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheerlead- 
ing squads with the recognition they so well deserve. 
All cheerleader awards will be presented between 
games on Friday night of the State Tournament. The 
awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad will receive the 
Ted Sanford Trophy. The runner-up cheerleading 
squad will receive a trophy, with the third and fourth 
place squads being awarded plaques. In addition, the 
special K-Pep Award will be presented. All Tourna- 
ament cheerleading squads and their sponsors are 
asked to be located close to the playing floor so they 
can easily come up the floor should they be called for 
an award. 

GOVERNOR CARROLL DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsmanship 
Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special em- 
phasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. We 
don't believe that good citizens need to be reminded 
to exemplify good sportsmanship. However, it is 
especially fitting at tournament time to remind all 
citizens that it is a privilege to be able to attend the 
games and that each individual can contribute to the 



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Page Five 



NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 
1978 Volleyball Champions 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mary Beth Messnui , Paula Drapel, Mary Jill Hugan, Jill Kohrs, Kathy Rolf, Donna Schwartz. 
Second Row: Assistant Coach Sarah Kelsch, Karen Clemens, Lisa Wermeling, Mary Miller, Linda HoUingsworth , Kim Tipton, 
Mgr. Karen Crail, Coach Joan Shadley. 

The tournament sponsored by the Kentucky Girls' Sports Association, was played on the campus of Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, on Saturday, October 28, 1978. 



success of the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Carroll. The Governor's proclamation is on display at 
the KAPOS table. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in releas- 
ing teaching personnel to assist with the many tasks 
necessary to keep this organization functioning 
effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at the 
tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 people. It 
is also backbreaking, tiresome work. However, we have 
many dedicated persons who have indicated a willing- 
ness to help share these duties provided they get a re- 
lease from their administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS 
board is seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacher from her 
duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing 
to make cheerleading a worthwhile educational e.\- 
perience in the State of Kentucky. 

STATE AT LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is now being given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough to 
participate with their teams in the State Tournament. 
The winner will receive the Jane Meyer trophy, while 
the runner-up will receive a trophy. Plaques will be 
given to the third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor or representing their district in the KAPOS 



Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The win- 
ner and runner-up of each district will progress to the 
region. In turn, the winner and runner-up from each 
region is allowed to compete for the title of State-At- 
Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the State-At-Large winners will take 
place at 8:30 A.M. on Thursday, March 15, and at 
8:30 A.M., Friday, March 16, in the Transylvania Uni- 
versity Gymnasium, 300 North Broadway, Lexington. 
The public is invited to this outstanding event. The 
admission charge of $1.00 per person will go toward 
the expenses of the KAPOS scholarship award, details 
of which are supplied below. We are grateful to the 
administrators of Transylvania for their generosity in 
opening the doors of their school to us for this com- 
petitive event. We trust that they will have no cause 
to fault our behavior. All cheerleaders and guests will 
be expected to be remindful that they are guests in 
the "home" of Transylvania University. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top four squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well-deserving 
cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your cheerleaders 
may be a potential scholarship winner, so get your 
applications in early. Applications must be turned in 
no later than April 15. Write a KAPOS officer for ap- 
plication forms, or pick them up at the State Tourna- 
ment KAPOS table. 



P;me Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1979 



GLASGOW - CLASS AA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row Mgr T Belcher, Mgr T Hamilton, J Hayes, D Doty, R Blanton R Harbison, S Aldridge, M 
Peckens B Calvert, S Gardner K Mansfield, B McDougal, S Pitcock, R Witty, C Rovse Second Row Head Coach C Gup- 
ton S Bailej R Wood M Rice J Dotson, G Cash, B Rice, G Pruitt, L Feese, M Smith, K Redford, R Ramsey, R P. 
Watson, R. Chapman, B. Alexander, H. Mannmg, B. Groves. Third Rowf. Asi,'t Coach J. Vance, N. Simmons, M. Myers, R. 
Hampton, R. Collier, E. Young, K. Bonner, S. Travis, M. Jordan, D. Alexander, C. Vanzant, S. Smith, T. Nunn, L. Hayes, J. 
England, S. Norris, K. Henry, Ass't Coach C. Meadovifs. 



FORT KNOX - CLASS AA, REGION II CHAMPION 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: D. Rose, D. Sargent, B. Tritz, A. Cosby, J. Shepard, R. Mashburn, M. Williams, Mgr. M. Ken- 
nedy. Second Row: Head Coach J. Jaggers, Ass't Coach G. Thompson, M. Crowe, R. Gelsey, R. Ned, R. Bussey,- J. Haycraft, 
D. Golden, J. Yeosock, A. Privette, J. Patzer, D. Campbell, R. Johnson, Ass't Coach D. Shutelt, Ass't Coach J. Washington. 
Third Row: D. Fuhrman, P. Funk, K, Yates, K. Schreiber, W. Hall, T. Risner, B. McMillen, B. Golden, T. Adams, M. Coad, R. 
White, F. O'Quin, R. Wahlberg, J. Hernadez, G. DiAlto. Fourth Row: A. Nagy, J. Miller, M. Privette, O. Dixon, J. Ortiz, M. 
Stegman, C. Teague, B. King, A. Maruszewski, R. Skidmore, C. Davis, D. Gould, D. Weske, J. Magee, M. Donohue. 



LEWIS COUNTY - CLASS AA, REGION H, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach L. Roberts, Ass't Coach B. Stone, B. Moore, R. Patton, E. Sabourin, D. Gilliam, B. 
Smith, T. Stafford, T. Patton, J. Britt, S. Richmond, Head Coach B. Robinson. Second Row: T. Riley, E. Robinson, H. Veach, 
C. Thompson, D. Willis, L. Kegley, A. Polston, T. Stone, S. PoUey. Third Row: D. Clark, T. Bartee, A. Haley, T. Hopinson, R. 
Butler, R. Liles, R. Marth, D. Gilliam, C. Evans, D. Masters. Fourth Row: L. Pruitt, J. Lewis, D. Copper, S. Marth,T. Bailey, 
R. Carpenter, M. McClease, T. Alen, J. GUliam, M. Sparks. Fifth Row: Ass't Coach M. Edington, T. Thompson, D. Markis. 



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Page Seven 



BISHOP DAVID HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: Coach Martin, Coach Leaser, Milliner, Nash, Butler, Kilkelly, Meyer, Collins, Ballard, Kaelin, 
Coach Nash, Coach McAnally. Second Row: Coach Bennett, Wilson, Chamberlain, Sodini, Stenrer, Ryan, Mount, Campbell, 
Hoskins, Bohn, Gagel, Coach Bradshaw. Third Row: Coach Schmitt, Steel, Berry, Lieber, Anderson, Neuner, Dever, Knott, 
Alexander, Renfro, Higgins, Coach Bronger. Fourth Row: Johnson, Zipper, Wolfe, Norris, Keen, Winrich, Johnson, Dalton, 
Smith, Curtis. Fifth Row: Byerly, Pedrone, Shofner, Hooper, Miles, Calhoun, Gresosky, Lampkin, Schmitt, Howard. Sixth 
Row: Hayden, Schaftlein, Reed, Jekel, Stover, Eiden, Ray, Brownfield, Walters, Cain. Seventh Row: Dunn, Napper, Hesels- 
chwerdt, Willet, Kiefer, Grimes, Smith, Hogan, Hutchins, Wolfe, and Abell. 



DESALES HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: V. Gahafer, T. Guelda, D. McDonald, D. Michaels, M. Sweezy, T. McDonough, T. Pike, K. Mulli- 
gan, P. Flood, D. James, J. Jones, P. Wicker, P. Payne, S. Floyd. Second Row: M. Bray, S. Strotman, M. Armstrong, B. Van 
Horn, J. Daddona, R. Schnieder, T. Egart, G. Hardesty, J. Kuerzi, C. Barney, J. Sturgeon, B. Ballard, M. Borders, M. Nemes, 
Mgr. B. Kolb. Third Row: Mgr. V. Malcolm, K. Comstock, B. Hilbert, D. Wilhite, T. McGee, D. Price, J. Adair, P. Butner, C. 
Tutwiler, M. Jones, J. Thomas, D. Van Horn, D. Fisher, S. Cecil, C. Willett, Mgr. K. Nuss. Fourth Row; Mgr. B. Maguire, B. 
Burch, P. Moffett, J. Cox, J. Hatfield, B. Renz, G. Cecil, D. Ramser, K. Hemming, T. O'Shea, M. Moore, D. French, R. Tarlton, 
T. Ritter, D. Derringer, C. Barney. Fifth Row: Mgr. R. Young, D. Thompson, E. Guelda, N. Gagel, D. Bacigalupi, D. Brohm, P. 
Henry, B. Thompson, C. Brocke, T. Sacksteader, J. Ellis, T. Schnurr, T. Fields, B. Fields, R. Anserf. 

TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 4 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: C. Ridge, S. Fawbush, B. Brossart, M. Smyth, T. Polio, T. Hartung, J. Detenber, C. Roney, C. 
Brosky. Second Row: K. Carpenter, E. Wampier, T. Wychulis, D. O'Connell, K. Chandler, J. Merkley, T. Schoen, J. Hollen- 
bach, P. Bonifer, M. Wallace. Third Row: S. Gregory, S. Weining, J. Graf, D. Heggs, C. Kalbhin, B. Dunham, P. Martin, R. Wil- 
cox, J. Luxemburger, D. Lewis, S. Lusardo. Fourth Row: J. Fultz, J. France, G. Hancock, P. Brooks, B. Weber, J. McMillan, 
B. Walters, K. Riley, D. Cissell, D. Metzmeier, R. Mattingly, M. Watson. Fifth Row: J. Cappy, S. Braun, P. Dykal, S. Coch- 
rane, T. McConnell, T. Kargl, B. Catlett, M. Gatewood, B. Barth, K. Liebert, B. Queenan, C. Hartung, D. Harpring. Sixth Row: 
N. Melillo, D. Conway, L. ChristofoU, D. Tompkins, M. Connelley, T. Dillon, J. Welch, L. Raidt, M. Stein, B. Hornung, D. 
Burry, M. Schmitt. Seventh Row: D. Wilhelmi, D. Minogue, J. King, B. Holzknecht, P. Kazunas, C. Roehrig, J. King, J. Tilton, 
B. Heim, K. Miles. Eighth Row: J. Fowler, R. Gruneisen, C. Wining, H. Joyce, D. Brohm, D. Moore, D. Lampley. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1979 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - STATE CLASS AAAA, 
REGION 1, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: G. Alder, M. Chambers, B. Boaz, A. Mumford, A. Smith, G. Todd, D. Morehead, J. Johnson, C. 
Ogg, P. Finely, B. Shemwell. Second Row: T. Shelton, R. Willis, A. Grimes, W. Howell, M. Pollard, W. McCombs, I. Owens, J. 
Faulk, J. Hanson, B. Loving, C. Lyster, W. Greene, D. Boylan, M. Simpson. Third Row: T. Atwood, D. HoUowell, L. Norfleet, J. 
Littlefield, S. Pardue, M. Stewart, S. King, K. Atwood, B. Owens, V. Harris, K. Walker, W. Moore, R. Crunk. 

MARION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - STATE CLASS AAAA, 
REGION n, DISTRICT I CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: S. Peterson, T. Hood, C. Hamilton, F. Wright, C. Haydon, R. Turpin, C. Mudd, R. Browning, E. 
King, R. Browning, J. Shockency, C. Calhoune. Second Row: Mgr. J. Porter, D. Price, J. Wooldridge, K. Livers, E. Harris, W. 
Lanham, D. Spalding, K. Shackleford, J. Mattingly, B. Borders, C. Simms, J. Lee, J. Montgomery, D. Allen, B. Tatum, Mgr. A. 
Holt. Third Row: B. Lancaster, J. Raikes, T. Helm, T. Clark, D. Osbourne, S. Blanford, K. Gribbins, A. Parrott, M. Clark, D. 
May, A. Perkins, J. Peterson, R. Farmer, J. Thompson. Fourth Row: Coach L. Cook, Coach A. Lanhan, Coach M. Brown, 
Coach C. Hopkins, Coach B. Reese, T. Smith, K. O'Daniel, B. Jaglowicz, S. Lee, G. Spalding, E. Peterson, K. Smith, G. Cox, P. 
Southall. 



LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL - STATE CLASS AAAA, 
REGION III, DISTRICT I CHAMPION 





lb '" 7.^ 11 OA -KQQ/^ 7 kAA. } C '7A \^* i 7^ 



(Left to Right) First Row: C. Henley, D. Bishop, V. Badget, K. Robinsin, S. McCann, K. Minniefield, J. Hatton, G. McMUl- 
ian, A. Haynes, L. Sandusky, J. Hodge. Second Row: J. Connors, D. O'NeU, B. Bloemer, D. Vest, C. Farmer, M.Wagner, J. Rey- 
nolds, G. Burrow, M. Gillespie, F. Moore, J. Lail. Third Row: G. Taylor, G. Durbin, R. Brown, G. Adams, B. Martin, E. Jack- 
son, B. Paxton. K. Welch, E. Sturgill, M. Haynes. Fourth Row: R. Lear, L. Jordan, G. Blair, E. Fox, K. Hawkins, M. Anderson, 
S. Kerney, J. Floyd, P. Coffey, K. Henderson, D. Taylor. 



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BOYD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - STATE CLASS AAAA, 
REGION IV, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Lett to Right) First Row: Asst Coaches— T. Cawood, D. Rodenbeck, J. Wulf, Mgr. C. Cruin, M. Renfroe, J. Heaberlin, B. 
Lester. Second Row: J. Crow, J. Hicks, J. Smith, E. Pennington, M. Horton, G. England, J. SuUivan, J. Carter, Head Coach G. 
Gregory. Third Row: R. Conway, S. Reule, S. Hunly, S. Griffith, C. Adkins, S. Tussey, R. Cyrus, S. Hall, M. Finfrock. Fourth 
Row: R. Cornette, T. Hill, V. Jones, S. McAllister, J. Reed, L. Smith, J. Crum, R. Stapleton. Fifth Row: R. McCarty, L. Alex- 
ander, J. Boyd, J. Walden, S. Ball, L. Rice, M. Meade. Sixth Row: B. Mollett, J. Bunch, B. Holbrook, J. Stevens, L. Church, T. 
HaU, M. Nichols, J. Bradley. 



Basketball Officials 
(Continued from page three) 

Vance, Phil, 1349 College Street, Bowling Green, 42101 
Wagoner, Jim, Box 187, Buckner, 40010, 426-5734, 222- 

9461 
Wagoner, Terry D., Rt. 2, Box 55, Auburn, 42206, 542-4333 
Waide, Thomas, 121 Lincoln St., Nicholasville, 40356, 885- 

6897 
Walker, Joe D., 508 East Cedar St., Franklin, 42 134, 586- 

8457, 586-3331 
Wallace, Kevin, Rt. 7, Box 82, Bowling Green, 42101, 563- 

4756 
Wallace, Ted, 15 Schabell Drive, Cold Spring, 41076, 441- 

3668, 381-6900 
Wallin, Charles, 668 Northside Drive, Lexington, 40505, 299- 

8639 
Walls, George E., 709 Hopkins Street, Albany, 42602, 387- 

5535 
Warfield, Jerry, Rt. 2, Leitchfield, 42754, 259-4542, 259- 

3235 
Warmack, James T. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 5B, Almo, 42020, 763- 

0069, 642-3511, Ext. 222 
Wasson, Billy Joe, 121 Southern Ct., Winchester, 40 391, 744- 

6412, 744-2498 
Watkins, Jesse T., Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-2216, 927-6961 
Watson, Neil S., Box 64, Garrett, 41630, 358-9548 
Watts, Rickey L., 4320 Dannywood Road, Louisville, 40220, 

452-2734, 585-4975 
Webb, Hobert Jr., Box 43, Wayland, 41666, 358-4101 
Webb, Randy Joe, 302 Graves Avenue, Winchester, 40391, 

744-4141 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Ct., Erlanger, 41018, 727-2481, 

292-5344 
Wheeler, Milton L., Rt. 1, Bradfordsville, 40009, 692-2876, 

336-7764 
White, Curtis, 2510 St. Xavier, Louisville, 40212, 776-9778, 

585-3176 
Whitmer. Phillip W., Rt. 1, Providence, 42450, 667-5734, 

821-1600 
Whittemore, Jackie, Route 3, Berea, 40403, 986-9187, 624- 

1240 
Whitwell, Debbie, 1 108 Broad St.. Central City, 42330, 754- 

2318 
Wickley, Edward P.. 5313 Rangland, No. 3, Louisville, 402 19, 

968-3226 
Witt, Robert Earl, 2031 Rambler Rd., Lexington, 40503, 

278-6510, 252-7518 
Wolford. Aneida. Box 180, MJC, Midway, 40347, 846-4424 
Wooten, Danny R., Rt. 1, Box 263, Glasgow, 42141, 678- 

5653, 651-0303 
Wooten, Ronnie R., 104 Elsie St., Glasgow, 42141, 651- 

5755, 786-2137 
Wooton, George B., 96 Rosemont Ave., Providence, 42450, 

667-2932, 667-7007 
Wortham, Steve, 513 Balmoral, Elizabethtown, 42701, 765- 

6253, 737-5636 



Worthy, Dannv J., 3640 Bold Bidder Dr., Lexington, 40502, 

2 72-9 301, 2 77-61 15, Ext. 482 
Wright, James L.. Rt. 1, Oxford Road, Georgetown, 40324, 

863-3628, 232-7688 
Wright, Kathryn F., Rt. 3, Box 42C, Louisa, 41 2 30, 638-402 1 
Wright, Raleigh, Rt. 3, Box 217, Pikeville, 41 501 , 432-3 507 
Yancev, Delbert L., Rt. 7, Box 51, Shelbyville, 40065, 633- 

6825, 633-1478 
Yancev, Henry L., 9048 E. Estrada Avenue, Ft. Knox, 40 1 2 1, 

624-6260, 624-3341 
Yeast, Roy L., Rt. 1, Box 192, Perryville. 40468, 332-7341, 

236-7200, Ext. 278 
York, Marva L., 2148 Larkspur Dirve, 10-C, Lexington, 

40504, 278-9143, 254-6666 
Young, Wayne, Star Route, Sunnyhill Dr., Shepherdsville, 

40165, 543-3175, 543-2296 
Yussman, Maury A., 2800 Rockhaven, Louisville, 40220, 

452-1492 



1978-79 Certified and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



The following officials have attended makeup clin- 
ics and/or otherwise qualified for the higher ratings in 
Basketball officiating; 



CERTIFIED 



Bishop, Paul D. 
Brown, Wendell 
Green, Donald P. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Lamastus, Randall 



Long, J. Stephen 
Stoker, Steven B. 
Stephenson, Harry 
White, William 



APPROVED 

Chappie, Charles A. Meyer, David W. 

Hale, John A. Mohr, Thomas A. Jr. 

Jeffers, Steve Sorrell, Thomas J. 

Laster, David W. Thomas, Ben 



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STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the 
site for the Gymnastics competition held on February 
17, 1979. Kathy Case managed the girls' tournament, 
with Dr. Gerald Calkin and Jim Nance managing the 
boys' tournament. The results are as follows: 
Boys 

Team Finish; Tates Creek, 112.96; Bryan Station, 
104.51; Trinity, 87.28; Pendleton County, 87.01; 
Marion County, 69.03. 

Floor E.xercise: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 9.1; Bobby 
Fleming, Franklin County, 8.8; Marty Lynch, Tates 
Creek, 8.35; John Restrepo, Bryan Station, 7.4; Jeff 
Gothard, Tates Creek, 7.25; Darrell Warner, Tates 
Creek, 7.15. 

Pommel Horse: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 7.5; Jeff 
Gothard, Tates Creek, 6.1; Sam Terry, Henry Clay, 
5.15; Rod Skewes, Bryan Station, 5.05; David Bailey, 
Trinity, 4.95; Tim Henry, Pendleton County, 4.8; 
David Hassur, Tates Creek, 4.8. 

Rings: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 8.3; Tim Henry, 
Pendleton County, 8.05; Jeff Gothard, Tates Creek, 
7.1; Rod Skewes, Bryan Station, 5.9; Marty Lynch, 
Tates Creek, 5.65; Darrell Warner, Tates Creek, 5.45. 

Vaulting: Bobby Fleming, Franklin County, 9.05; 
Darrell Warner, Tates Creek, 8.5; Glen Castle, Henry 
Clay, 8.15; David Bailey, Trinity, 7.6; Grey Cash, 
Tates Creek, 7.6; Rod Skewes, Bryan Station, 7.35. 

Ail-Around: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 46.9; Jeff 
Gothard, Tates Creek, 35.25; Tim Henry, Pendleton 
County, 33.65; Darrell Warner, Tates Creek, 33.5; 
Marty Lynch, Tates Creek, 32.85; Rod Skewes, Bryan 
Station, 32.75. 

Parallel Bars: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 8.65; Tim 
Henry, Pendleton County, 6.5; Rod Skewes, Bryan 
Station, 5.8; Leonard Kannapell, St. Xavier, 5.65; 
Greg Cash, Tates Creek, 5.6; John Restrepo, Bryan 
Station, 5.j>5; David Webster, Bryan Station, 5.35. 

High Bar: Glen Castle, Henry Clay, 5.2; David 
Bailey , Trinity , 4.9 ; Jeff Antrobus, Pendle ton County , 
4.75; Leonard Kannapell, St. Xavier, 4.65; Marty 
Lynch, Tates Creek, 4.45; James Cooper, Bryan 
Station, 4.45. ^. , 

(jirls 

Team Finish: Tates Creek, 105.45; Sacred Heart, 
90.35; Moore, 85.95; Lafayette, 84.10; Woodford 
County, 78.30. 

Vaulting: Lori Steele, Angelia Merici, 9.40; Jimmy 
McDonald, Woodford County, 9.35; Pam Lunsford, 
Tates Creek, 9.25; Kim Warner, Tates Creek, 9.10; 
Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 9.0; Valerie Coffey, South- 
ern, 9.0. 

Uneven Bars: Pam Lunsford, Tates Creek, 8.85; 
Kim Warner, Tates Creek, 8.20; Sally Long, Sacred 
Heart, 8.05; Frankie Chrisman, Tates Creek, 7.7; Val- 
erie Coffey, Southern, 7.45; Mindy Dowden, Laf- 
ayette, 7.45. 



Balanced Beam: Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 8.8; 
Michelle Conliff, 8.1 ; Frankie Chrisman, Tates Creek, 
8.0; Suellyn Anderson, Lafayette, 7.7; Mindy Dow- 
den, Lafayette, 7.65; Pam Lunsford, Tates Creek, 
7.60. 

Floor E.xercises: Pam Lunsford, Tates Creek, 8.85; 
Valerie Coffey, Southern 8.6; Sally Long, Sacred 
Heart, 8.55; Kim Warner, Tates Creek, 8.45; Jimmy 
McDonald, Woodford County, 8.4; Lori Steele, Ange- 
lia Merici, 8.4. 

AU-Around: Pam Lunsford, Tates Creek, 34.55; 
Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 34.40; Kim Warner, Tates 
Creek, 33.10; Valerie Coffey, Southern, 32.60; Lori 
Steele, Angelia Merici, 32.45; Jimmy McDonald, Wood- 
ford County, 32.40. 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 9-10, 1979. Orville Williams of the Seneca 
High School was manager and Gene Minton of Ather- 
ton High School was assistant manager of the Tourna- 
ment. Some of the team results are as follows: 

Boone County 101, Eastern 97, Danville 71 , Union 
County 58'/2. 

Individual winners in each weight class are as fol- 
tlows: 

98 lb., Mike Miracle (Eastern); 105 lb., Todd Ryan 
(Eastern); 112 lb., Tony Goren (Waggener); 119 lb.. 
Ken Davis (Union County); 126 lb., Robby Clarkson 
(Conner); 132 lb,, Mike Moriarty (Eastern); 138 lb. 
Todd McAnly (Danville); 145 lb., Larry Gibson (Trin- 
ity); 155 lb., William Gee (Christian County); 167 
lb. Tony Peters (West Hardin); 185 lb., Steve Wright 
(Boyle County); Heavyweight, John Clay (Danville). 



FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton 
High School, Louisville, Kentucky, on April 7, the 
starting time will be 12:30 P.M. 

For more information contact W. E. Long, Shaw- 
nee Middle School, 4007 Herman Street, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40212, phone 502-778-3372. 

The following schools have indicated they will have 
fencing: 

Atherton, Fort Knox, Oneida Baptist Institute, 
Sacred Heart Academy, St. Henry, Seneca, Tates Creek. 

ATTENTION, BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

Part II of the National Federation baseball exami- 
nation will be given all over Kentucky on Monday, 
March 26, to officials who wish to work for the Ap- 
proved and Certified ratings. If you wish to take the 
National Federation test, let us know about two 
weeks before the above date and also to whom you 
want the test sent. This person should be a principal 
or coach in your area. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1979 



VOL. XLI-NO. 



MARCH, 1979 



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Spring Meets 

Tentative dates have been set for the various spring 
meets and tournaments in fencing, rifle marksman- 
ship, baseball, track, golf and tennis. They are as fol- 
lows: 

April 7, State Rifle Marksmanship 
State Fencing Tournament 

April 20, Delegate Assembly Meets 

May 7-8, Regional Golf Tournaments 

May 7-12, District Baseball Tournaments 

May 12, Regional Track Meets 

May 15-16, State Golf Tournaments 

May 15-19, Regional Baseball Tournaments 

May 18-19, State Track Meets 

May 25-26, Regional Tennis Tournaments 

May 24-26, State Baseball Tournament (First 
Round) 

May 31 -June 1, State Baseball Tournament (Semi- 
Finals and Finals) 

June 1-2, State Tennis Tournament 



RIFLE MARKMANSHIP 

Rifle Markmanship will be held at Jeffersontown 
High School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting time 
is to be at 8:00 A.M. on April 7, 1979. For informa- 
tion contact 1st Sgt. Robert Ebert, at Jeffersontown 
High School, who will manage the Meet. The follow- 
ing schools have indicated they will have ritle marks- 
manship: 

Bourbon County , Bowhng Green, Breathitt County, 
Fern Creek, Fort Kno,\, Greenup County, Immanuel 
Lutheran, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Jesse Stuart, Mc- 
Lean County, Male, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Nicholas County, St. Henry, Seneca, Shawnee, Thomas 
Jefferson, Valley. 



1979 BASEBALL SCHOOLS 

Region I 

District 1— Heath, Lone Oak, Paducali Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2— Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, May- 
field, Wingo 

District 3— Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, Ful- 
ton County, Hickman County 
Region II 

District 4— Christian County, Ft. Campbell, Hop- 
kinsville, Trigg County 

District 5— Caldwell County, Crittenden County, 
Livingston Central, Lyon County 

District 6— Marshall County, Calloway County, 
Murray 

Region III 

District 7— Henderson County, Providence, Union 
County, Webster County 

District 8— Dawson Springs, McLean County, Mad- 
isonville-N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 9— Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

Region IV 

District 10— Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, 
Graham, Greenville, Hughes Kirk, Muhlenberg Cen- 
tral 

District 1 1 —Breckinridge County, Fordsville, Han- 
cock County, Ohio County, St. Romuald, Frederick 
Fraize, Trinity 

District 12— Butler County, Grayson County, Ed- 
monson County 

Region V 

District 13— Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

District 14-Adairville, Auburn, Chandlers Chapel, 
Lewisburg, Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Todd Coun- 
ty Central 

District 15— Allen County, Barren County, Glas- 
gow 

District 16-Clinton County, Cumberland County, 
Gamaliel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 
Region VI 

District 17-East Hardin, Elizabethtown,Ft. Knox, 
Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18— Adair County, Campbellsville, Marion 
County, Taylor County 

District 19-Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Nelson County, North Bullitt, Washington County 

District 20— Caverna, Green County, Hart County, 
LaRue County 

Region VII 

District 21 -Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Western 

District 22— DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 

District 23— Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Valley, 
Shively Christian 

District 24— Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 
Shawnee 

Region VIII 

District 25— Ahrens, duPont Manual, Male, St. 
Xavier 

District 26— Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, Westport 



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District 27-Durrett, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Marion C. Moore 

District 28— Atherton, Beth Haven, Ky. Country 
Day, Seneca, Trinity 

Region IX 

District 29— Boone County, Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, Simon Kenton 

District 30— Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic 

District 31— Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, 
Highlands, Silver Grove 

District 32— Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Hol- 
mes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Region X 

District 33— Grant County, Pendleton County, 
Walton Verona, Williamstown, Deming 

District 34-Carroll County, Eminence, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Owen County, Trimble Coun- 
ty 

District 35— Augusta, Bracken County, Fleming 
County, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, 
St. Patrick, ToUesboro 

Region XI 

District 36— Frankfort, Franklin County, Scott 
County 

District 37-Bourbon County, Harrison County, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Nicholas County, Paris 

District 38— Oldham County, Snelby County, Tay- 
lorsville 

District 39— Anderson County, Harrodsburg, Mer- 
cer County, Woodford County 
Region XII 

District 40— Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 41— Boyle County, Danville, Garrard Coun- 
ty, Jessamine County 

District 42— Casey County, Lincoln County, Russell 
County 

District 43-Berea, Estill County, Madison, Madi- 
son Central, Model 

Region XIII 

District 44-Burnside, Nancy, Pulaski County, 
Somerset, Eubank 

District 45-McCreary County, Monticello, Wayne 
County, Pine Knot 

District 46— Clay County, Jackson County, Laurel 
County, Oneida Inst., Rockcastle County 

District 47-Barbourville,Bell County, Corbin, Lone 
Jack, Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pineville, Knox Cen- 
tral, Williamsburg, Whitley County 
Region XIV 

District 48— Breathitt County, Fleming Neon, Jen- 
kins, Knott County, Riverside Christian, Whitesburg 

District 49-Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, Leslie 
County, M.C. Napier, Hazard, Whitesburg 

District 50-Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, 
Lynch 

District 51 -Hazel Green, Jackson, Lee County, 
Owsley County, Powell County, Wolfe County 
Region XV 

District 52— Boyd County, Holy Family, Law- 
rence County, Paul Blazer 

District 53-Fairview, Greenup County, Raceland, 
Russell 



District 54— George R. Clark, Menifee County, 
Montgomery County, Bath County 

District 55— East Carter, Elliott County, Rowan 
County, University Breckinridge, West Carter 
Region XVI 

District 56— Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, 
Johns Creek, Phelps 

District 57— Johnson Central, Morgan County, 
Magoffin County, Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58— Betsy Layne, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg 

District 59-Dorton, Millard, MuUins, Pikeville, 
Virgie 



GOLF REGIONS FOR BOYS 

Mayfield Region (Coach Bob Sparks, Mayfield 
H.S.)-Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell, Fulton, 
Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, St. 
Mary, Todd Central, Trigg County 

Owensboro Region (Coach Ron Peyton), Owens- 
boro H.S.)-Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Hender- 
son County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade 
County, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catho- 
lic, Providence, Union County, Webster County 

Park Mammoth Region (Coach Bowman Daven- 
port, Edmonson County H.S.)-Allen County, Barren 
County, Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Cavenia, Clin- 
ton County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, Eliza- 
bethtown. Ft. Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Grayson County, Hart County, LaRue 
County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central, West 
Hardin 

West Jefferson Region (Ath. Dir. Ed Mudd, But- 
ler H.S.)-Alirens, Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, 
Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Marion C, 
Moore, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Southern, 
Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region (Coach Marty Donlon, St. 
Xavier H.S.)-Atherton, Ballard, duPont Manual, Dur- 
rett. Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. Coun- 
try Day, Male, Seneca, St. Xavier, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport 

Wlieatley /Covington Region (Coach Tom Sibley, 
Trimble Co. H.S.)-Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll 
County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, 
Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, 
Simon Kenton, Trimble County, Walton-Verona 

Campbell County Region (Coach Jerry Racke, 
Campbell County H.S.)-Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming County, Grant 
County, Higlilands, Lewis County, Mason County, 
Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, Silver Grove, 
Williamstown 

Lexington Region (Coach David Lee, Franklin 
County H.S.)-Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Frank- 



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fort, Franklin County, George R. Clark, Harrison 
County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Montgomery County, Nicholas Coun- 
ty, Oldham County , Paris, Sayre, Scott County , Shelby 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Springfield Region (Coach Bill Frost, Washington 
County H.S.VAdair County, Anderson County, Bards- 
town, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin. Campbeils- 
ville, Casey County, Danville, Garrard County, Green 
County, Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln 
County, Marion County, Mercer County, Nelson 
County, Russell County, Taylor County, Washington 
County 

London Region (Prin. Holbert Hodges), Laurel 
County H.S.)-Berea, Corbin, Estill County, Evarts, 
Harlan, Hazard, James A. Cawood, Laurel County, 
Lee County, Lynch, McCreary County, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Pineville, 
Pulaski County, Somerset, Wayne County, Williams- 
burg 

Paintsville Region (Coach Walter Brugh, Paintsville 
H.S.)-Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, East Carter, 
Fairview, Greenup County, Elkhorn City , Holy Family, 
Jenkins, Johnson Central, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, 
Phelps, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan 
County, Russell, Salyersville, University Breckinridge 



GOLF REGIONS FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region (Coach Al Giordano, Caldwell 
County H.S.)-Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Central City, Crittenden County, 
Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Murray, Ohio Coun- 
ty, S* Mary, Union County, Webster County 

Bowling Green Region (Coach Bill Jones, Glasgow 
H.S.)-Allen County, Apollo, Bowling Green, Caverna, 
Daviess County, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, Glas- 
gow, Hancock County, Hart County, Owensboro, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central 

Louisville Region (Coach Matilda Walker, Ballard 
H.S.)-Atherton, Ballard, Doss, Eastern, Iroquois, Ken- 
tucky Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Southern, Waggener 

Elizabethtown Region (Coach Maurice Mollett, 
Elizabethtown H.S.)-Adair County, Bardstown, Beth- 
lehem, Boyle County, Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, 
Danville, Elizabethtown, Green County, Marion Coun- 
ty, Meade County, Mercer County, Nelson County, 
North Hardin, Taylor County, Washington County, 
West Hardin 

Covington Region (Coach George Gartner, Scott 
H.S.)-Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Notre Dame, Villa Ma- 
donna, Williamstown 

Nicholasville Region (Coach Lou Brown, Jessamine 
County H.S.)-Bryan Station, Estill County, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, George R. Clark; Henry Clay, Jessa- 
mine County, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Paris, 
Scott County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County 

Lincoln County Region (Prin. Jack D. Portwood, 
Lincoln County H.S.)-Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, 



Harlan, James A. Cawood, Jenkins, Laurel County, 
Lee County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Model, 
Russell County, Somerset 

Maysville Region (Coach Julie Kenney, Mason 
County H.S.)-Boyd County, Fleming County, Harri- 
son County, Johnson Central, Mason County, Mays- 
ville, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Paints- 
vUle, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rown County, St. 
Patrick 



BOYS TENNIS 

Murray Region-Caldwell County, Christian County, 
Ft. Campbell, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Lyon County, McLean County, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Union 
County, University Heights, Webster County, Trigg 
County 

Bowling Green Retion-Allen County (Scottsville), 
Auburn, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Caverna, 
Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Green County, Lewis- 
burg, Metcalfe County, Russellville, TompkinsvUle, 
Warren Central, Warren East, Edmonson County, Hart 
County, Potter, Glasgow, Barren County 

Daviess County Region-Adair County, Apollo, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Butler 
County, Central City, Daviess County, East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville, LaRue County, 
Marion County, Meade County, North Hardin, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Shelby 
County, Taylor County, Grayson County, Bremen, 
Bullitt Central, Washington County, Hancock County. 

East Jefferson Region-Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Moore, Seneca, 
Moore, Seneca, Thomas Jefferson, Waggener, Walden, 
Westport 

Central Jefferson Region- Atherton, Central, De- 
Sales, duPont Manual, Durrett, Iroquois, Male, Shaw- 
nee, St. Xavier, Trinity, Portland Christian. 

West Jefferson Region-Alirens, Bishop David, But- 
ler, Doss, Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, South- 
ern, Valley, Western, Ninth and O, Shively Christian, 
Fairdale 

Ft. Thomas Region-Beech wood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd, Newport, Newport Catho- 
lic, Oldham County, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton, Scott, 
Beechwood 

Lexington Region-Anderson County, Bracken 
County, Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Laf- 
ayette, Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Maysville, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, 
Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, Flem- 
ing County 

Richmond Region-Barbourville, Boyle County, 
Corbin, Danville, Deming, Estill County, Garrard 
County, George Clark, Harrodsburg, Hazard, James 
A. Cawood, Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model, 



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Monticello, Nicholas County, Laurel County, Oneida 
Inst., Phelps, Pineville, Pulaski County, St. Camillas 
Acad., Somerset, Berea, Lynch. 

Morehead Region-Bath County, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Hazard, Lawrence County, Montgomery 
County, Paintsville, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Paul Blaz- 
er, Russell, Sheldon Clark, University Breckinridge, 
Wheelwright, McDowell, Elkhorn City, Rowan County, 
Millard, Lewis County, Wolfe County, Johns Creek, 
Knott County, Buckhorn 



Lawrence County, Lynch, Sheldon Clark, Rowan 
County , Wheelwright, Pikeville, Millard 



GIRLS TENNIS 

Murray Region-Caldwell County , Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Lone Oak, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hop- 
kins, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Union County, 
University Heights, Webster County, Lyon County 

Bowling Green Region-Allen County (Scottsville), 
Auburn, Bowling Green. Campbellsville, Caverna, 
Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Green County, Lewis- 
burg, Metcalfe County, Russellville, Tompkinsville, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

Elizabethtown Region-AdairCounty, Apollo, Bards- 
town, Breckinridge County, Butler County, Central 
City, Daviess County, Elizabethtown, East Hardin, 
Fort Knox, Greenville, LaRue County, Marion County, 
Meade County, North Hardin, Ohio County, Owens- 
boro, Shelby County, Taylor County 

East Jefferson Region-Assumption, Ballard, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, 
Louisville Collegiate, Marion C. Moore, Mercy Acad- 
emy, Sacred Heart, Seneca. Thomas Jefferson, Wagg- 
ener, Walden, Westport 

Central Jefferson-Atherton, Central, duPont Man- 
ual, Durrett, Iroquois, Male, Presentation, Shawnee 

West Jefferson Region-Angela Merici, Butler, Doss, 
Holy Rosary, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western 

Ft. Thomas Region-Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, 
Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, High- 
lands, Holy Cross, Newport, Notre Dame, Oldham 
County, Our Lady of Providence, St. Henry, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington Region-Anderson County, Bracken 
County, Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Laf- 
ayette, Lewis County, Lexington Catholic, Mason 
County, Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, Scott County, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region-Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Coun- 
ty, Corbin, Danville, Estill County, Deming, Garrard 
County, George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, James A. Ca- 
wood. Laurel County, Madison Central, Middlesboro, 
Monticello, Model, Nicholas County, Oneida Inst., 
Pulaski County, St. Camillus Academy, Somerset 

Morehead Region-Hazard, McDowell, Montgomery 
County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Russell, 
University Breckinridge, Bath County, Elkhorn City, 



ATTENTION TRACK COACHES 

The Board of Control now requires that an indi- 
vidual or a relay team must have competed in at least 
four meets on a team representing a member school 
during the regular season to be eligible to participate 
in the regional track meet. 

Only the following events shall constitute regional 
meets: (Boys) 120 Yard High Hurdles, lOOYardDash, 
330 Yard Low Hurdles. Two-Mile Run, 880 Yard 
Run, 220 Yard Dash, One-Mile Run, 880 Yard Relay, 
440 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, Shot, Pole Vault, Discus, 
Higli Jump, Running Long Jump, Triple Jump; 
(Girls) 330 Yard Low Hurdles, 880 Yard Run, 440 
Yard Dash, 100 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, 220 Yard 
Dash, 110 Yard Low Hurdle, 440 Yard Relay, 880 
Medley Relay, 880 Yard Relay. One Mile Run, High 
Jump, Shot, Long Jump and Discus. 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of Con- 
trol provide that the state shall be divided into classes 
and regions by the Commissioner who will assign the 
schools to the regional sites. If you plan to have a 
team and your school is not listed below please con- 
tact the K.H.S.A.A. for assignment to a region. The 
1979 assignments are as follows: 



TRACK - CLASS A BOYS 

Fort Campbell Region-Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Heath, Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, 
Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg County, 
University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region— Caverna, Edmonson Coun- 
ty, Gamaliel, Hancock County, Hart County, Lewis- 
burg, McLean County, Olmstead, Russellville, Todd 
County, Tompkinsville. 

Greensburg Region— Bardstown, Beth Haven. Beth- 
lehem, Campbellsville, Clinton County, Evangel, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Ky. 
School f/t Blind, Metcalfe County, Portland Christian. 

Covington Catholic Region -Augusta, Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Covington 
Latin, Dayton, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry 
County, Holy Cross, Ludlow, Owen County, St. 
Henry, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region— Anderson County, Burgin, Frank- 
fort, Harrodsburg, Jackson County, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Madison, Mercer County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Hazard Region-Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn 
City, Evarts, Fleming Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, 
Lee County, Lynch, M. C. Napier, Oneida, Paintsville, 
Phelps, Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe 
County. 

Somerset Region— Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Pineville, St. Camil- 
lus, Williamsburg. 



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Nicholasville County Region— Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns 
Creek, Lewis County, Magoffin County, Menifee 
County, Morgan County, MuUins, Nicholas County, 
Paintsville, Pikeville, Raceland, University Breckin- 
ridge. 



TRACK - CLASS AA BOYS 

Murray Region— Calloway County, Lone Oak, May- 
field, Paducali Tilghman, Reidland, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Bowling Green Region— Adair County, Allen Coun- 
ty, Barren County, Butler County, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, OhicCounty, Warren East. 

LaRue County Region— Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue 
County,MeadeCounty, North Bullitt, Taylor County, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

Covington Catholic Region— Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Di.xie Heights, Higlilands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton County , Scott, 
Sunon Kenton. 

Harrison County Region— Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, Mont- 
gomery County, Scott County, Woodford County. 

Somerset Region— Bell County, Boyle County, 
Danville, Knox Central, Lincoln County, Middlesboro, 
Pulaski County, Somerset, Whitley County. 

Nicholas County Region— East Carter, Fleming 
County, Lawrence County, Mason County, Rowan 
County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Hazard Region -Belfry, Breathitt County, Cawood, 
Clay County, Johnson Central, Knott Central, Leslie 
County, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg. 



TRACK - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Murray Region— Apollo, Christian County, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madison- 
ville No. Hopkins, Marshall County , Owensboro,Owens- 
boro Catholic. 

Shelby County Region-Bowling Green, Bullitt 
Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North Har- 
din, Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region -Alirens, Atherton, Butler, 
Central, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

Ballard Region-Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport. 

Marion C. Moore Region— DeSales, Durrett, Fair- 
dale, Fern Creek, Marion C.Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Stuart Region-Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, Pleas- 
ure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Boone County Region— Boone County, Bryan 
Station, Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry 
Clay, Holmes. 

Lexington Region— Blazer. Boyd County, Greenup 
County, Lafayette, Laurel County, Madison Central, 
Tates Creek, Clark County. 



TRACK - CLASS A GIRLS 

Fort Campbell Region-Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Heath, Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, 
Providence, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg County, 
University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region— Auburn, Caverna, Edmon- 
son County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, Hancock 
County, Hart County, Lewisburg, McLean County, 
Mt. St. Joseph, Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Todd 
County, Tompkinsville. 

Greensburg Region— Bardstown, Beth Haven, Beth- 
lehem, Campbellsville, Clinton County, Evangel, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Ky. 
School f/t Blind, Ninth & 0, Metcalfe County, Port- 
land Christian. 

Covington Catholic Region— Augusta, Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, 
Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, Holy 
Cross, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Villa Ma- 
donna, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region— Anderson County, Berea, Bur- 
gin, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Madison, Mercer County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Hazard Region— Buckliorn, Evarts, Fleming Neon, 
Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, Lynch, M. C. 
Napier, Oneida Baptist, Paintsville, Phelps, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Somerset Region— Corbin, Jackson County, Ky. 
School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillas, 
Williamsburg. 

Nicholasville County Region— Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns 
Creek, Lewis County, Menifee County, Morgan Coun- 
ty, Nicholas County, Pikeville, Raceland, University 
Breckinridge. 

TRACK - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Murray Region -Calloway County, Lone Oak, May- 
field, Paducali Tilghman, Reidland, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Bowling Green Region-Adair County, Allen Coun- 
ty, Barren County, Butler County, Franklin Simpson, 
Glasgow, Warren East. 

LaRue County Region— Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue 
County, Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor County, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

Covington Catholic Region— Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Higlilands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon 
Kenton. 

Harrison County Region -Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, Mont- 
gomery County, Scott County, Woodford County. 

Somerset Region— Bell County, Boyle County, 
Danville, Knox Central, Lincoln County, McCreary 
County, Middlesboro, Pulaski County, Russell County, 
Somerset, Whitely County. 

Nicholas County Region-East Carter, Fleming 
County, Lawrence County, Mason County, Rowan 
County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Hazard Region -Belfry, Breathitt County, Cawood, 
Clay County, Johnson Central, Knott Central, Leslie 
County, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg. 



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TRACK - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Murray Region-Apollo, Daviess County, Christian 
County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madison- 
ville, N. Hopkins, Marshall County, Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic. 

Shelby County Region-Bowling Green, Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region -Ahrens, Assumption, Ath- 
erton, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee. 

Ballard Region— Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, West- 
port. 

Marion C. Moore Region -Fairdale, Fern Creek, 
Durrett, Holy Rosary, Marion C. Moore, Southern, 
Tliomas Jefferson. 



Bell, Steve, Rt. 4, Albany 42602, 387-6521, 387-6611 
Bertsch, Ron, 1 13 Moock Road, Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

531-8422 
Biggerstaff, Ronnie, Rt. 1, Box 62, Thornton 41855, 633- 

7276, 633-4422 
Blair, Jeff, Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844, 785-3133 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Drive, Crestview 41076, 441- 

0723, 421-1400 
Bozarth, Robert D., 11112 Taylorsville Road, Louisville 

40299, 267-5995, 267-0587 
Bratcher, Delmer, 2324 Quinn Drive, Shively 40216, 447- 

6691 
Bristol, Charles E., 183 Kentucky Circle, Radcliff 40160, 

351-4149, 624-3322 
Brothers, Vernon, 217 N. Sth St., Central City 42330, 754- 

5234 
Brown, Barry, 12 1 Illhardt, Nicholasville 40356, 885-6657, 

252-4902 
Brown, James W., Rt. 2, West Paducah 42086, 488-3252 
Brown, Jeffrey A., Rt. 3, Bufford Avenue, Versailles 40383, 

873-5131 
Browning, Joseph E., P. O. Box 96, Lebanon 40033, 692- 

2776, 692-3143 
Stuart Region-AngeliaMerci, Doss, Iroquois, Mercy, Bryant, Charles E., 107 Whitney, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839- 

Burdette, Wally M., 525 Auburndale Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-5559 
Burgess, Blair D., 5315-D Gardner Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7965, 624-5953 
Burgess, Richard N., Box 452, Bardwell 42023, 628-3527, 

628-31 19 
Bussell, James G., Box 541, Brodhead 40409, 758-8830, 256- 



Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western 

Boone County Region-Boone County, Bryan 

Station, Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry 

Clay, Holmes, Notre Dame. 

Lexington Region-Blazer, Boyd County, Clark 

County, Greenup County, Lafayette, Laurel County, 

Madison Central, Tates Creek. 



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REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. - 1979 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it 
is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Adams, Ronald, 313 West Center St., Mayfield 42066, 247-5261 
Aldridge, Vern L., 9155-B S. Beard Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-8471, 624-2417 
Almand, David F., 214 Liberty St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

5475, 586-4481 
Amis, Yancy, Rt. 1, Box 20, Buckhorn, 41721, 398-7595. 

398-7591 
Andress, William J., 67 Burnev Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2461, 621-3720 
Arflin, Tracy T. Ill, 7540-B McDevett Circle, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5366 
Asher, Jacob, 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington 40502, 278- 

6703, 278-8894 
Ashley, Kenneth, 108 Ohio St., Somerset 42501, 678-8891, 

679-1574 
Atwell, Darryl R., Rt. 4, Box 318, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-2695, 465-2877 
Atwood, Terry M., Rt. 2, Scottsville 42 164, 622-5734, 237- 

3161 
Avard, Ralph E., 1414 S. Third St., No. 1, Louisville 40208, 

637-7533, 228-1197 
Backert, Tony, 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville 40218, 451- 

5559, 451-5505 
Baker, William A., 5640-A Folger St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

5565, 624-7146 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI., Louisville 40272, 935- 

0667, 361-1264 
Ballard, Danny G., 738 Blackburn Ave., Frankfort 40601, 

875-5140, 875-4800 
Barnard, Phillip E., Rt. 10, Box 154-E, London 40741, 864- 

9265, 878-9300 
Barnard, Rodney E., Rt. 4, Box 299, London 40741,864-2590 
Bartley, David, Rt. 1, Box 24, Summer Shade 42166, 428- 

5755, 428-5344 
Bass, Freddie M., 1412 Bryce Drive, Louisville 40216, 361- 

9618 
Bates, James Ralph, Box 370, Hazard Road, Whitesburg 

41858, 633-7227, 633-0271 
Battoe, Darryl S., 3046 Radiance Road, Louisville 40220, 

451-4563 
Baumgardner, James D., 515 Laketower, Apt. 526, Lexington 

40502, 269-4430 
Bell, Ronald K., 2 510 Gardiner Lane, Louisville 40205, 459- 

2716, 893-2577 



Butcher, David News 

8104, 297-3738 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-4218, 432- 

2733 
Cambron, John L., 4 Congress Drive, Morganfield 42437, 

389-3087, 822-4294 
Camic, David, Rt. 2, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-3693, 734- 

771 1 
Carl, Parker L., 125 Camden Avenue, Versailles 40383, 873- 

5995, 873-3110 
Carlton, Robert W., 506 S. Railroad Street, Earlington 42410, 

383-3651, 676-3443 
Carroll, Johnny, Box 212, Benham 40807, 848-2 82 7 
Catron, Ken, Rt. 6, Box 1186, Morehead 40351, 783-1028, 

498-2 173 
Cecil, J. Ronald. 2804 Springbud Ct., Louisville 40220, 491- 

9812 
Chatoney, Jack W., 825 Briargate, Radcliff 40160, 351-4804, 

624-3616 
Cheak, Harry T., 653 Valley Road, Harrodsburg 40330, 734- 

2463, 236-3100, Ext. 56 
Childers, Charles, P. O. Box 2, Stanton 40380. 663-2791, 

663-2246 
Christofield, Andrew J., 428 Elm St., Ludlow 41016, 581- 

4432, 356-3146 
Clarke, Noble H., Jr., 2923 Riedling Drive, Louisville 40206, 

895-2512, 239-3218 
Clarke, Noble H. Ill, 412 Sprite Road, Louisville 40207, 897- 

0001, 239-3218 
Claunch, Robert L., 106 Jasper Street, Somerset 42501, 678- 

5321 
Cochran, Ray D., Rt. 23, Wittensville 41274, 297-3135 
Collins, Dermot J., 1700 Windsor Place, Louisville 40204 
Comparoni, Peter R., Rt. 3, Box 482, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-3444, 248-6644 
Compton, Dana Ryan, Rt. 1, Box 184, Georgeto\Vn 47122, 

364-6352 
Compton, Delbert L., 810 Denmark, Louisville 40215, 366- 

5571 
Cooper, Willie V., 2550 Laclede Avenue. Paducah 42001, 

443-3107, 444-7251 
Cornelison, Michael R., P. O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-9568 
Cornett, Karl W., 640 Maxwelton Ct., Lexington 40507, 252- 

7350, 252-3506 
Crittenden, Fred M., 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5959, 624-1246 
Cull, Robert E., Rt. 5, Box 316, Maysville 41056, 759-7820, 

564-4044 
Cunningham, Bobby R., Box 55, PikeviUe 41501 , 432-1 528, 

437-6294 
Davis, Jay W., 2101 Hazel St., Apt. 2, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-4684, 885-5355 
Davis, Ralph W., 304 Highland Dr., Radcliff 40160, 35 1-6 168 
Davis, Wayne L., 508 S. 6th St., Murray 42071, 753-6127 
Day, Jack L., 605 Morehead St., Central City 42330, 754- 

4700, 754-2272 
Dill, J. Roger, Box 561, Mt. Washington 40047, 538-7233 
Divine, Wayne L., 626 Walnut St., Central City 42330, 754- 

2783, 754-4474 



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Dobson, Jon Barry, 1814 Versailles Rd., C-9, Lexington 

40504, 254-3579 
Dooley, Terry L., U.S. 60, Trlr. Ct., Hardinsburg 40143, 756 

2360, 756-5819 
Dossett, Mac, R. T. No. 4, Wliippoorwill Dr., Marion 42064 

965-2804, 965-3866 
DoLson, Rickey J., 1604 Stafford Ave., Louisville 402 16 

361-2410 
Duerson. W. R., R. R. 2, Paint Lick, 40461, 925-4072, 925 

4071 
Duke, Donald T., 3935 Tanglewood Drive, Hopkinsville 

42240, 885-1463, 798-2145 
Dwyer, James E., Jr., 5612 Allan thus Trail, Louisville 402 19 

964-0426, 452-3936 
Dwyer, Robert H., 1417 Falcon Drive, Louisville 40213 

637-7909, 778-5321 
Easterling, Hager, Rt. 1, Box 12, Grayson 41143, 474-5852 
Ebel, Jack, P. O. Box 466, Lexington 40585, 255-9744 

654-6981 
Echols, Rob, Box 138 Haggin Hall, Lexington 40526, 258 

8395 
Edmondson, Johnny B.,R.R.No. 1, Glencoe 4 1046, 643-5 2 88 
Evans, Lewis, R. R. No. 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310 

526-3730 
Fallin, George Michael, P. O. Box 126, Lewisport 42351 

295-6573, 927-6953 
Feltrop, Bill, 2600 Tacoma Dr., Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

4656, 254-1591 
Finch, Steven A.. 4421 Charlotte Ann Dr., Louisville 40216 

447-1969 
Fischer. Joseph M., 101 Strathmore Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075 

441-5472, 781-2444 
Fischer. Timothy J., 101 Strathmore, Ft. Thomas 41075 

441-5472, 513-529-3011 
Forshee, Buddy Ross. 509 West Cedar. Franklin 42 134. 586 

5462. 586-8014 
Foulks, Michael D.. 1 6 Brandy wine Ct., Highland Hgts. 41076 

781-4862, 491-1125, Ext. 262 
Fox, Randy. Rt. No. 2, Box 115A, Calvert City 42029 

395-7861. 395-7515 
Fraley. Charlie L.. 9057 E. Young St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624 

3860, 624-2815 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220 

452-6519 
Franklin, William Scott, R. No. 3, Buford Ave., Versailles 

40383, 873-6007 
Froedge. Mark Wayne. R. R. No. I. Box 74, Edmonton 

42129, 432-2592, 748-4669 
Frymire, L. H., 101 Spring St., P. O. Box 33, Irvington 

40146, 547-2553, 547-3951 
Fuchs, Charles, 704 Fifth Ave.. Dayton 41074. 581-6080 
Gardner, Bobby L., Box 404, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-2400, 

734-5423 
George, Doug, Box 297, London 40741, 864-5805 
Gibbons, Michael L., Rt. 3, Box 267, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-2987, 549-3883 
Gibson, Gary F., 4006 Peachtree, Louisville 40215, 366- 

0445, 361-0174 
Gillaspie, Robert, Rt. 2, Box 5, Dixon 42409, 639-5522, 

639-265 1 
Gillenwater, Henry, R. No. 1, Box 209 C, Ironton 45638, 

614-532-4989 
Giordano, A.C., 99 Holly Lane, Princeton 42445. 365-5680. 

365-3531 
Goad. Dale B.. 405 Skyline Tr. Pk.. Bowling Green 42101. 

781-2275 
Gosman. Carroll E., R. R. No. 1, Bedord 40006, 255-3301, 

347-5785 
Gregory, Lewis E., P. O. Box 419, Monticello 42633, 348- 

7158. 348-9316 
Green. Donald P., 832 Brand St.. Mayfield 42066. 247-6038. 

247-6445 
Grey. Don L.. 6632 River Birch Dr., Crestwood 40014, 241- 

7815 
Haines, Michael, 77 Clay Davis. Transylvania Univ.. Lexington 

40508. 233-8686. 233-8232 
Handley. Woodie. Rt. 2. Hodgenville 42748. 358-3345. 358- 

3195 
Haydon. Tony. Rt. 8. 130 Connie Ct.. Paducah 42001.443- 

3425 
Heckel. Richard D.. 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville 40214, 

368-3842 
Henderson. Charles A., 406 Linda Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-2404. 886-4444 
Henry. Tony. 1603 Pearce Ford, W. K.- U., Bowling Green 

42101, 748-2826, 843-8786 
Henson, Don R., Rt. 1, Smithland 42081. 988-3263, 928- 

2047 
Henson. Tunis Lee. 124 Lyttleton Rd., Manchester 40962, 

598-3643, 598-6232 
Herp. James R., 4825 Redwing Way. Louisville 40213. 969- 

5233. 426-4080 



Herp. Kenneth R., Jr., 2613 Merhoff St., Louisville 40217, 

634-8931. 581-5143 
Herren, Thomas K., 667 Hill'n Dale Rd., Lexington 40503, 

277-4029, 272-9434 
Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 200 S. Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg 

41653, 886-3494, 886-2311 
Higgins. James P., 1125 LaVista Way, Louisville 40219, 

969-5267, 452-4750 
Hill, Christopher D.. 653 Linda Ave.. Danville 40422. 236- 

4140. 236-4316 
Hill, Myron K., R.R. No. 1 , Paris 40361, 987-5655, 987-7900 
Hiipp, Louis, 7509 Devereaux Ln., Louisville 40258, 935- 

8080 
Hines, Michael L., Rt. 2, Box 195, Bradford Lane, W. Pa- 
ducah 42086, 488-32 16 
Hopson, James E.. Rt. 1. Box 918 M.. Pikeville 41501. 631- 

1933. 432-1461 
Hourigan. David Ross, Rt. 1, Gravel Switch 40328, 692-4147, 

692-6066 
Huddleston, Terry D., R. No. 4, Central City 42330, 754-5245 
Hudson, Mark D., 215 Southern Dr., Williamstown 41097, 

824-5587, 824-4421 
Hunter, Harold J., 90250 Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7772, 624-6236 
Ingraham, Gary J., 2332 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 40206, 

897-3462, 897-2815 
Jackson, Stephen A., Rt. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5653, 567- 

5761 
Jamerson, Wilbur R., Box 1, Bypro 41612, 452-2585 
Jarboe, Ronald L., 13906 Lyons Ave., Louisville 40272, 

935-9499 
Jenkins, Burney R., Apt. 37, Scotland Wood, Georgetown 

40324, 863-3612, 863-3805 
Johnson, David Lamar, No. 15, Barry Lane, Radcliff 401 60, 

351-8143, 624-6518 
Johnson, Kenneth W., Rt. 5, Box 123. Morehead 40351, 

784-4751, 784-5393 
Johnson, W. Lynn, Rt. 5, Box 121, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393, 845-2551 
Jones, John F., 808 Sycamore Street, Carrollton 41008, 732- 

6756, 732-5215 
Joseph, Charles S., 1081 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcliff 

40160, 351-6710, 351-6677 
Keeling. Reuben. 175 Augusta Ave., Paducah 42001, 5 54-4013 
Kersev, William A.. 1211 7th St.. Corbin 40701 . 528-5459. 

528-2500 
Kimmel. Jerrv, Box 86. Beechmont 42323, 476-2656 
King, James A.. 5000 Clarmar Rd., Jeffersontown 40299. 

499-1015, 778-2791 
Kirkland, Wade, 103 Bentley Ave., Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

0958, 633-2246 
Kleitz, Jerrv, 1803 Beech St., Louisville 402 10, 775-8643, 

775-8643 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048, 689- 

7190, 369-4488 
Kouns, Robert H., Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

473-9812 
Kovach. Stephen G., 3430 Yma Drive, Ashland, 325-7406 
Lacy, James R., P. O. Box 432, Campion 41301, 668-3246. 

668-3106 
LaPorte. Paul F., 2 114 Bonnycastle Ave., No. 3, Louisville 

40205, 456-6449, 588-6707 
LaRue, Wm. D., Jr., P. O. Box 63, Salem 42078, 988-3138, 

388-7562 
League, Jack, 830 Bovd Ave., Danville 40422, 236-6492, 

236-3100 
Leep. John B.. 123 Comanche Trail. Carrollton 41008. 732- 

5230. 732-5413 
Lester. Donald B.. 39 I 1 Therina Way. Louisville 402 22. 426- 

7908. 566-1035 
Lewis, Joseph, 1245 Summit, Lexington 40502, 266-7296, 

748-5181 
Lock, Larry, Rt. 1, Marion 42064, 965-5357, 965-2248 

Logan, C. R., 239 Anderson Hall, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

8138, 436-5066 
Luttrell, Gurney C, Box 232, Harlan 40831, 573-1960, 573- 

4900 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Main Street, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-2060. 769-5592 
McClure. Jerry T.. 185 7 Courtland Rd., Lexington 40505,299- 

5465, 293-1812 
McDermott, Gregory, 811 Sunglow, Villa Hills 41016, 341- 

8425, 431-0462 
McMurtrev, Tom, Gen. Del., Summer Shade 42 166, 428- 

3541, 428-3301 
McNeil, Robert W., Route 1, Melber 42069, 856-3543 
McNeill, Thomas Blaine, Route 2, Boaz 42027, 895-3420 
Maddox, Robert V., Box 6, Glencoe 41046, 643-3941, 283- 

3192 
Mahanna,John,8 30 W. Vine St., Radcliff 40160, 351-3755 
Markham, Stan P., 1409 Clagett, Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

2379, 842-1674 



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Mason, Richard, 653 Maxwelton Ct., No. 2, Lexington 40508, 

259-1953 
Massarone, Charles, 1720 Shenandoah Dr., Lexington 40504, 

277-2150 
Mathew, Brent, Box No. 60, Lewisport 42351. 295-6573, 

927-6953 
Mathews. Arthur E., 203 Eastland, Henderson 42420, 826- 

6733 
Meadors, Wm. J., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 42 101, 

842-4141, 745-3347 
Milam, James B., Hillview Dr., Beechmont 42323, 476-8359, 

476-2204 
Miles, Charles M.,600 Hoover St., Ashland 41 101, 325-3261, 

928-6421 
Moberly, Harold F.. 614 Cecil Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

3214 
Montgomerv, Billy G., Rt. 8, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-7661 , 

734-3341, Ext. 207 
Moore, Phillip H., Rt. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green 42101. 

781-9340, 781-9647 
Morgan. Charles. 3500 Warwick Dr., Apt. 4, Lexington 40502, 

272-2105, 232-2204 
Morgan. Keith P., 522 Taylor Dr., London 40741, 864-9253, 

625-1886 
Morgan, Richard, 522 Taylor Drive, London 40741, 864- 

9253, 864-51 14 
Morris, Edward C, 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042, 371- 

9496, 727-2333 
Morton, Wm. E.,4S05 Sunset Ave.. Apt. B, Louisville 402 1 1, 

772-2253, 589-4321, Ext. 255 or 257 
Mosley, David, 501 W. 16th St., London 40741. 864-4576 
Moslev, Gene, 715 Hill St., Williamsburg 40769. 549-1 188 
Mulligan, J. T., 427 Center St., Erianger 41018, 727-3628, 

727-1382 
Mullins, Charles E., Schultz Rd., South Shore 41175, 932- 

4277. 473-9812 
Mullins, Jeff, P. O. Box 144, Vicco 41773, 642-3750 
Nash. Richard C, 1625 Alexander Ave., Owensboro 42301, 

684-0683, 684-9815 
Norwood, Thomas R., 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614, 586-8242 
Oakes, Jim, Jeff 41751, 436-5073, 439-231 1 
O'Banion, Cornelius, 137 E. Main, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

8757 
O'Cull, John D., 310 N. Wilson Ave., Morehead 40351, 784- 

6124, 784-6661, Ext. 380 
Omer, Keith, Route l,Clay 42404, 333-2529, 333-4008 
Osborne, Robert, Rt. 4, Elk Lake, Owenton 40359, 484- 

3033, 484-3417 
Parker, Wilson Dale, 413 Highland Ave.. Raceland 41169, 

836-4802, 836-9525 
Parkey, Cecil E., P. O. Box 1649, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4139, 248-1000 
Patton, Steve E., Box 324, Hardinsburg 40143, 789-9919, 

756-5905 
Payne, Bob. Route 1, Maceo 42355 
Penner, Merritt D.. Route 5, Box 155, Manchester 40962, 

598-3711 
Peterson,Johnlll,P. O. Box 237, Bardstown 40004, 348-41 69 
Peyton, William R.. Route 1, Sulphur 40070, 743-5449 
Pickett, Kenneth H.. WKU. Keen Hall 328. Bowling Green 

42 101, 748-4096 
Pierce, Francis D., Jr., 1187 A Drennan Park. Ft. Campbell 

42223, 431-5231, 798-7465 
Pierson, Oscar, Jr., P. O. Box 385, Owenton 40359, 484- 

3303, 484-3878 
Polivick, David T., Rt. No. 1, Bardwell 42023, 628-3882 
Raines, J. W.. 1 1 17 Lebanon Rd.. Danville 40422, 236-3380, 

236-3354 
Rail, Edward W., 5 10 Perkins Ave., Danville 40422, 236- 

8929, 236-5464 
Ramey, Gary, Rt. 1 , Salt Lick 40371,683-2821,674-6325 
Read, Ray V., 2212 Belmont Dr., Owensboro 42 30 1 , 684- 

4323, 683-2996 
Reed, Ottis, Box 93, Crittenden 41030, 428-1352, 824-5056 
Reliford, Charles H., 1505 Cypress St., Ashland 41 101, 324- 

2723, 258-8515 
Rhodes, David B., Box 783, Cumberland College, Williams- 
burg 40769, 549-9034 
Rice, Dennis C, 329 Greenbriar Rd., Lexington 40503, 254- 

5945, 863-2640 
Roberts, Harry, 417 Monument, Falmouth 41040, 654-5471 
Rogers, Eldridge, Route 7, Hopkinsville 42240, 269-2234, 

886-3921 
Rutledge, Robert A., Route I, Box 8, Maceo 42355, 264- 

1976, 683-7663 
Sackett, Eugene W., Rt. 7, Maryland Dr., Paducah 42001, 

443-7900 
Salyers, John D., 108 Center St., Erianger 41018, 727-1217, 

727-2424 
Sandusky, Jerry, R. No. 1, Liberty 42 5 39, 787-7742, 787-7484 
Sawyers, Randall, Rt. 5, Box 510, London 40741, 864-9262, 

549-495 3 



Sawyers, Willie G., Rt. 5, Box 5 10, London 40741,864-92 62, 

864-9265 
Schaefer, Raymond, 4114 Roxburg Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-0756. 582-1292 
Schmidt, Charles M., 9107 Danby Court, Louisville 40291, 

239-1531, 426-0222 
Schulte, Doak, 218 Floral Park, Lexington 40503, 277-5983 
Scott, Bill, 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington 40503, 278-2844, 

278-9702 
Shaffer, Gary R., Box 175, Dupree, EKU, Richmond 40475, 

625-4976 
Shartzer, Keith B., 211 Kenii Court, Louisville 40214, 363- 

0478, 448-1223 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 

792-3018 
Shaw, Kim, Doran Dr., Cave City 42127, 77 3-3303,77 3-282 8 
Sherman, Inman J., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London 40741, 864- 

6518, 864-2207 
Shipp, David E.. 133 Hartweg Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-1 163 
Short, Bill L.. 2701 Monroe St., Ashland 41101, 324-8656, 

453-216) 
Simpson, Ron. 813 Riverside Dr., Russell 41169, 836-4629, 

739-8681. Ext. 268 
Smallwood, Talmadge, Rt. No. 2, Box 618, Stanton 40380, 

663-2096, 663-2544 
Smith, Edward, Summer Shade 42166, 428-3731 
Smith, Michael, 302 East Main, Cloverport 40111, 788-6692, 

295-3451 
Stanley, Oley A., Box 154 B, Belcher 415 13, 754-4560 
Steele. Wm. K., 713 Circle Drive, Grayson 41 143, 474-5244 
Stephenson, Larry J., 3113 Bernard Dr., Edgewood 41017, 

341-4541, 292-5841 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 265- 

4717 
Stewart, Marvin, Box 76, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5966, 234- 

5671 
Stiles, George A., 303 Deepwood Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4848, 765-2101 
Stone, Johnny, Route 1, Princeton 42445, 365-5 178, 365- 

5178 
Story, Marshall, 117 Lakepoint Dr., Flemingshurg 41041, 

845-4041 
Strader, James Kevin, Box 375,Belton 42324, 476-2783, 748- 

5455 
Strain, Richard P.. Rt. No. 2, Pinewood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 

351-4306, 624-2214 
Straus, William, 121 Todds Rd., No. 47. Lexington 40509, 

269-4787, 269-4787 
Stull, Ben C, 5 Center St., Wilder 41071, 581-3262, 684- 

5219 
Sullivan, William H., 1 1 1 Evergreen Dr., Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-4177, 839-4608 
Swart. J. D.. 7985 B Binter Ct., Ft. Knox 40121, 624-6760, 

624-1334 
Tarry, W. R., Route 5, Glasgow 42 141 , 678-25 39, 427-261 1 
Tarvin, Roger W., 2499 Woodhill Ct.. Apt. 4. Covington 

41017. 331-8447. 341-7650 
Taylor. Carl D., 3010 Belhaven Dr., Russell 41 169. 836-5101. 

325-7703 
Taylor, Jim. 53 Roselawn Drive, Independence 4105 1, 356- 

'2395, 356-3541 
Taylor, Tharon. 500 Colonial Drive, Franklin 42 134, 586- 

8446, 586-8039 
Terry, John D., Box 387, Hindman 41822. 785-3327, 785- 

3133 
Tesar, Juliann, Rt. No. 3, 209C. Vine Grove 40175, 877- 

0186, 624-7030 
Thomas, J. R.. Rt. No. 2, Kennedy Lance, Lebanon 40033, 

692-6281, 692-6086 
Thomas, Paul R.. 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland 41101, 324-9603, 

739-4166, Ext. 8206 
Thompson, Samuel E., Rt. 1. Heatherton Circle, Greensburg 

42743, 932-4971, 932-4222 
Thornsberry, John, P. O. Box 602, Elkhorn City 41522, 

754-4601 
Turley, Roy M., Rt. 1, Box 1 59, Winchester 40391,745-2 836, 

744-4191 
Tyree, Donald C, 518 Tatato Tr., Frankfort 40601, 695- 

4139, 254-6612, Ext. 270 
Uriage, Richard, 822 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

5513, 874-8820 
Vandermale, John, 561 W. Third St., Lexington 40508, 254- 

2075, 277-3977 
Van Hooser, Phillip, 61 Riviera Courts, Murray 42071, 759- 

4172, 365-3451 
Vanover, Larry W., 820 Malabu Dr., No. 313, Fayette 40502, 

276-1068, 233-4141, Ext. 265 
Vincent. Roy T.. Bee Spring, Edmonson 42207, 286-8331 
Vinson, Rav T., 610 Osage Avenue, Campbellsville 42718 
Wade, Charles O., 45 2 A 8th Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 624-7193, 

624-6525 
Wadlington, Carroll, Box 737, Eddvville 42038, 388-9842, 



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797-2991 
Walker, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin 42134, 586-8457, 

586-3331 
Washer, Jamie D., 110 Broach Ave., Murray 42071, 75 3-5 330, 

753-4377 
Watson, Harold T., Jr., Rt. No. 7, Box 306, Paducah 42001, 

442-0426, 442-9171 
Watts, James E., 2225 Sandra Ct., Lexington 40504, 277- 

8043 
Welch, Charles, Rt. 5, Box 338, Paris, 40361, 293-5248, 255- 

7807 
Westcott, Jo H., Peterson Ave., Auburn 42206, 542-6605 
White, John S., 2512 Monroe St., Ashland 41101, 325-2090, 

329-7341 
Williams, Buford, 2277'/. Old Mill Stream Ln., Shepherdsville 

40165, 543-4632, 543-7021 
Williams, Gary L., 2 12 Hillview Drive, Shelbyville 40065, 

633-6029, 897-9481 
Williams, James A., 112 Green Street, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2867, 758-2214, Ext. 35 
Williams, Maleol M., 2024 Floradora Dr., Louisville 40272, 

937-3394 
Wilson, Larry W., Rt. 3, Aquashorea, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

5208, 564-3925 
Wilson, Philip M., 5003 Dreamers Way, Louisville 402 19, 

964-6234 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Dr., Campbelllsville 42718, 465- 

8392,465-5502 
Wingfield, Feux G., 1132 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 40217, 

636-2282, 772-2531 
Woodard, William P., 3303 Greenwood Dr., Hopkinsville 

42240, 885-1909, 886-2433 
Yussman, Mavry A., 2800 Rockhaven Ave., Louisville 40220, 

452-1492 
Zirnheld, Leonard 9105 Blue Lick Rd., Louisville 40219, 

969-5925 



RATINGS ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on football 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1978- 
79. 

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE 

Long, James-92; Russell, Gary-92; Wade, Bill-92; 
Nelson, Bob-91: Martin, Paul-89; Thomas, Ray-88; 
Sutton, James-87; Whelan, Fred-87; Bartlett, C. W.- 
86; Clements, Wm.-86; Murdock, Les-86; Burton, 
James-82; Fultrell, Keith-82; Long, Scottie-83; Nash, 
Rjck-82; Omar, Max-82; Cates, Rickv-81; Hill, Jim-81 ; 
Thomson, Cecil-Si; Frazier, Tom-80; Zogg, Joe-79; 
Davis, Ron-78;Jackson,Ed-77;Etienne,Don-76; Allen, 
Jim-75; Luckett, Tom-74; Tandy, Sam-74; Estes, 
Walter-72; Hicks, David-67; Jackson, Wm.-66; Cox, 
Tom-60; Francis, Conrad-58; Wetzel, Ralph-58; 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Gentry, Dale-94; Passafiume, John-94; Jensen, Ed- 
93; Kinsman, Carl Jr.-92; Rose, Robert-91: Sohan, 
John P.-91 ; Parker, Bob-90; Streicher, Rich-90; Leahy, 
Pat-89; Greenweel, Bob-88; Lenz, Jim-88; Graas, 
Fritz-87; Hunter, Sid-87; Jeffries, Dave -87; Shreve, 
Tim-87; Stuedle, Roy-87; Denton, Bill-86; Metzger, 
Don-86; Tribly, Chuck-86; Weber, Tom-86; Allgood, 
Dave-85; Cline, Nick-85; Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr.-85; 
Jones, Paul-85 ; Lillie , Wes-85 ; Meiman, John-85 ; Small, 
David-85; Spath, Bill-85; Fryrear, Bill-84; Hammock, 
Don L.-84; Timmering, George-84; Griffin, Lynn-83; 
Gutterman, Jim-83; Mayer, Ed-83; Bell, Ronald Keith- 
82; Furlong, Bill-82; Hedge, Dave-82;Mercker, George 
-82; Turley, Howard-82; Bell, Clarence-81; DeSensi, 
Chick-81; Fenimore, Clarke-81; Stovall, Ken-81; 
Downs, Gil-80; Horsman, Bill-80; Baldwin, Dennis 
E.-79; Mintz, John-79; Wuertz, John-79; Allen, Jim- 



78; Doyle, Danny-78; Helton, Les-78; Osting, James- 
78; Backert, Tony-77; Holzknecht, Tom-77; McNay, 
Jim-77; Wilson, JaiTies-77; Roberts, Tom-76; Russ, 
Chuck-76; Faust, Phil-75; Ress, Gary-75; Van Bogert, 
Steve-75; Bickel, Frank-74; Kuster, Tom-74; Nelligan, 
Mike-74; Brown, Martin-73; Coleman, Louis-73; Kraft, 
Nellis-72; Lambert, Irvin-72; Lyons, Roy-72; Morris, 
Larry-72; Potts, Roy-72; SeUinger, Robert-72; Em- 
mons, Guy-70; Friedman, Charles-70; Ishmael, Steve- 
69; King, Danny-69; Hagan, Michael-68; 

MID KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Morse, Richard-96; Morton, Jim-94; Moore, Phillip- 
94; Brauch, Charles.-94; Roberts, Jim-93; Hawkins, 
Don-93; Lynch, Lester-93; McClure, Tom-92; Downs, 
Joe-92; Strain, Richard-92; Harris, Dave-92; Crutcher, 
John-92; Purwin, John-91 ; Winfrey, Steve-91 ; Trabue, 
David-91 ; Harris, David-90; Johnson, Ned-90; Bottles, 
Don-90; Ewing, Roger-90; Bauman, Cease-90; Tinsley, 
Joe-90; Stikeleather, Clyde-90; Aldridge, James-90; 
Schultz, Frank -89; Corbett, Byron-89; Roby, Jim-89; 
Medley, Frank-89; Matheney, John-89; Burkeen, Phil- 
89; Moosman, John 89; Biechler, Dwight-88; Baley, 
Buddy-88;Crutcher,Paul-87;Barney,Greg-87; Austin, 
Dwight-86; Montell, Brad-86; Brockman, Ken-86; 
Lewis, Joseph C.-86; Wells, Lewis E.-86; Ralston, 
Darrell-86; Tucker, Charles-86; Ives, Rick-85; Wozen- 
craft, Thornas-85; Crittenden, Fred-85; Crutcher, 
Marion-84; Clayton, Terry-83; Baker, William-82; 
Morse, Russell-81; Reams, Frank-8I; Fraley, Charlie- 
80; Sweckard, Paul D.-80; Davis, Tommy-80; Froebel, 
Martin C.-80; Spratling, Obie L.-79; Strain, Andrew- 
79; Burgess, Marvin-79; Burgess, Blair-79; Streible, 
Ronnie-79; Puckett, Robert-79; Puckett, Robert-79; 
Welton, Donald L.-77; Waldrop, Harold-77; Wade; 
Charles-76; Tyson, Daniel-76; Hatfield, James-76; 
Howell, Ed-75; Riley, Jeffrey-75; Janes, Charles-74; 
Hunter, Harold-73; Butler, Robert-72;Swort, J.D.-71; 
Yancey, Henry-71; Aldridge, Vern-70; Carney, M.-68; 
Dupin, Jackie-65; 



FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Bottoms, William-91 ; Bogar, Joseph D.-89; Rosen, 
William-85; Hopson, James-84; Looney, James-79; 
Moore, William Kelly-79; Osborne, Lonnie-79; Ferrell, 
Ronnie-78; Wood, Furman-78; Pauley, Walker-77; 
Rouse, Don-77; Willis, Donald-77; Whitt, Pierce-75; 
Hatfield, Paul-74: Pearson, Frank-74; Lee, Greg-72; 
Pomaranski, Joe-72; Bowles, G. L.-70; Owens, Paul- 
70; Jones, William-67; Bell, Roger-66; Leslie, Bennett- 
64; Foster, Dale-63; Leslie, Jerry -63; Thomas, Milton 
Dean-63; 



NORTH EAST KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Rapp, Bill-94; Swarts, Joe-92; Davis, Ralph-92; 
James, Gene-90; Thomas, Paul-90; Johnson, Gordon- 
90; White, Russell-89; Johnson, Bob-89; Heaberlin, Bill 
Jr.-89; Gammon, Bill-89; Burgess, Oley-89; Graham, 
James-88; Boyles, Jerry -88; Kouns, Bob-87; Simpson, 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1979 



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James-86; McConnell, James-86; Arthur, Paul-86; Bur- 
ton, John III-86; Buckley, Bob-86; Bocook, Earl-85; 
Strader, Tim-85; Menshouse, Larry-85; Pinkerman, 
Charles-85; Logan, Mike-85; Hardin, Gary-85; Taylor, 
James-84; Heaberlin, Bob-84; Preston, D. J.-84; 
Burchett, James-82; Clay, Glen-81; Marshall, Kenny- 
81; Brammell, Keith-81; Gallaher, Jack-80; Nether- 
cutt. Bill-80; Gilkerson, Pat-80; White, John-80; Bur- 
ton, John-80; Short, Bill-79; Russell, Allen-79;Pinson, 
Paul-79; Burke , Dave-75 ; Mullins, Charles-75 ; Williams, 
Jim-/2; Mitchell, Glenn-72; Morgan, Glenn-72; Des- 
kins, Roger-72; McGarey, Paul-70; Looney, John-70; 
Timberlake, Stan-70; Riffe, Gary-70; 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Collins, Ron-94; Moore, Bud-94; Thompson, Tom- 
92; Gelbke, Gil-91; Peeno, Harry-91; Drake, Richard- 
89; Moore, Bob-89; Simms, Clarence-89; Conlin, 
Marty-88; Fuchs, Donuts-88; Morris, Doc-88; Bond, 
Terry-87; Modrell, Gary-87; Purcell, Mike-87; Sesher, 
Jim-87; Kemen, Jerry -87; Wright, Howard-86; Urlage, 
Dick-85; Blackford, Robert-84; Keller, Terry-84; Hoff- 
man, Tom-83; Towe, Paul-83; Read, Rick-82; Young, 
Bill-82; Elkin, Larry-80; Oetjen, Gregory-80; Staton, 
Frank-80; Stutler, Joe-80; Carr, Larry-79; Vaughn, 
Wilham-79; Westhoff, Greg-79; Brady, Dan-76; Frank, 
Joe-76; Kordenbrock, Joe-75; McMain, Jim-75; Rouse, 
Tom-75; Wells, Glenn-75; Noll, Jack-72; Trapp, Chuck- 
72; Swope, James-69; Liggett, Ernie-66; Lloyd, David- 
66; Meyer, Rick-65; Stay ton, Jeff-65; Mang, Berry- 
61 ; Hicks, Jack-60; Zimmer, Tom-57; Kammerer, Ken- 
56;Wray,Robert-55; 



son, J.-62; Wyatt, H.-62; Clark, 0.-59; Paxton, G.-58; 
Reece, J. -57; Straus, B.-56; Gettler, D.-55; Lawson, 

L.-46; 



WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Waide, H.-89; Allen, A.-89; Hillyer, C.-88; Gober, 
J.-88; Bernardini, B.-88; Goble, K.-88; McGinty, L.- 
88;Walker,J.-87; Lowe, S.-87;Perrin,J.-85; Norwood, 
T.-85; Colley, L.-85; Thomas, R.-84; Carr, B.-84; 
Treas, J.-83; Meador, B.-83; Humble, M.-82; Durden, 
J.-82; Pate, L;-81 ;Quehl, B.-81 ;Kinslow, B.-81 ;Gour, 
B.-80; Lile, C.-80; Mick, P;-80; Hamm, M.-80; John- 
son, H.-79; Green, D.-79; Wedge, D.-79;Hendon, L.- 
78; Schilling, D.-78; Henderson, C.-78; Landers, J.- 
77; Thomas, L.-77; Wilder, J.-75; Eubank, B.-75; Ras- 
coe, B.-75; Meyeks, J.-74; Purcell, K.-74; Osting, D.- 
72; Ward, T.-72; Saylors, C.-70; Jones, B.-64; Nickell, 
D.-63; Tuetele-62; Shelton, J.-58; MuUins, B.-54; 



THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Powers, Elmer-92; Selvy, Curt-91 ;Pietrowski,Paul- 
90; Ferguson, Roy-90; Tye, Josh-90; Page, Jim-89; 
Anders, Raleigh-89; Morgan, Richard-88; Brown. Wen- 
dell-87; Houchins, Tom-86; Centers, Mike-86; Ham- 
mons, George-86; Jeffers, Steve-85; Noonan, Rod- 
83; Lawson, Don-82; Black, Brud-82; Kirklin, Luther- 
81; Howard, Jim-81; Head, Leon-79; Owens, Bruce- 
78; Reynolds, Elmer-77; Guy, W. S.-76; Idol, Billy 
Sr.-76; Barrett, Richard-77; Baird, James-77; Carnes, 
Dwight-75; Evans, Alvin-74; Crock, Bill-73. 



CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Ring,B.-98;Lusby,G.-95;Wright,J.-94;Jacoby,B.- 
94; Tate, K.-94; Current, R.-93; Barnott, J. -92; Cur- 
rent, B.-92; Hall, C.-92; Moody, B.-91 ; Mifflin, C.-91 ; 
South, S.-90; Craft, A.-90; Linkes, C.-90; Staley, J.- 
90; Bramble, J.-90; Elovitz, C.-90; Duff, W.-89; Raw- 
don, R.-89; Brown, H.-89;Wanchic,N.-89; Day, R.-88; 
Poole, G.-88; Barbour, R.-88; Flynn, B.88; Clem- 
mons, S.-87; Ewen, G.-87; McFadden, J. -87; Gilliam, 
R.-87; Fish, G.-87; Swinford, J.-87; Ransdell, J.-87; 
Hadden,N.-86;Daopoulos, J.-86; Mason, W.-86; Scott, 
B.-85; Gibson, R.-84; Clark, J.-84; Pugh, B.-84; Kin- 
nard, B.-84; Dickens, B.-83; Yates, G.-83; Vest, D.- 
83; Farris, L.-83; Morgan, C.-83; Gorhan, B.-82; Tip- 
ton, R.-82; Whalen, B.-81; Batterton, K.-81; Palko, 
E.-80; Fay, J.-80; Gfell, G.-80;Pozarth, B.-80; Turner, 
C.-80; Smith, R.-79; Satterly, G.-79; Foster, B.-79; 
Ammerman, B.-79; Durham, T.-78; Watson, J.-78; 
Gettler, J.-78; Moody, J.-77;Dyehouse,J.-77;Pittman, 
S, 76; Bransom, B. -76; Brock, J.-76; Eldridge,W.- 
75; Gastineau, J.-75; Wright, J. D.-74; Melson, B.-74; 
Morris, S.-74; Easley, D.-74; Johnson, R.-73; McCray, 
C.-72; Owens, P.-72; Shreve, R.-70; McClure, J.-70; 
Thompson, H.-70; Maupin, R.-69; Cutter, C.-69;Car- 
michael, S.-67; McCormick, D.-65; Brown, J. -65; East- 
erly, T.-65; Gardner, J.-64; Cornelison, M.-63; Epper- 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky's College of Education. The code letters 
"e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, senior high, 
college and adult audiences who may enjoy the particular 
film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply to schools 
which use one of the special subscription service plans offered 
by the Biu-eau of Audio-Visual Material. Scott Street Building, 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506. 

Swimming 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, \Vi reels (15 min.), $3.00. 

Good body position and efficient arm action are 
the basis for the fine performance. Special attention 
is given to the start and the turn. Effective use is made 
of animation, stop action and slow motion. 
BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Through scenes photographed both above and be- 
neath the surface of the water, basic techniques of 
swimming for beginners are demonstrated. Land and 
water drills involving kicking, breathing, floating, 
paddling and stroking and pulling with the arm 
practiced separately, then coordinated as the swim- 
mer learn the American crawl. The back float, back 
stroke, and breast stroke are also illustrated and ex- 
plained. 



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BREAST STROKE SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00. 
This film presents the conventional breast stroke, 
timing and strokes, and the kick. 
BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, U/z reels (16 min.), $3.00. 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is explained in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action and 
dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing between 
arms and leg action is vital to performance. Reasons 
for timing are clearly explained. 
CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTION TECH- 
NIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 mm.), color, $5.50. 
Outlines briefly the program and training methods 
used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that may be used 
by anyone to train swimmers. The technique illustrat- 
ed, such as weight training, circle training, pace clocks, 
bench and stroke work, and interval training when 
properly -applied in the appropriate circumstances, 
will all prove beneficial in perfecting swimming style. 
CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a. 

The basic principles of the stroke are presented in 
this film. The arm stroke, the kick, and the breathing 
are demonstrated. This film also includes slow motion 
shots underwater. 

DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 
After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: the 
hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, proper 
arm action, correct way of landing on the feet, proper 
takeoff and lift, correct entry into the water. The 
backward dive is also taught, including lift, arching 
the body, and entry into the water. The motion is 
stopped at various points to enable detailed study of 
form. 

DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera and 
carefully devised teaching demonstrations introduce 
the new swimming techniques known as the dolphin 
or fishtail kick. Analyzing the body movements used 
in the dolphin kick, the film stresses the importance of 
practice for mastery of this efficient speedy kick. 
DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min.), color, 

$4.50. 

Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water even 
if you have never learned to swim. Ninety-nine per 
cent (99%) of all men and about ninety-nine point 
nine per cent (99.9%) of all women can remain on the 
surface in fresh water without moving, as can nearly 
all children. 

I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

color, $3.00. 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and "don'ts" 
of water safety precautions. Points out the basic rules: 
wait at least two hours after eating, stay out when 
water is too cold, never swim alone, and dive only 
when you know the water is deep enough. 
SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a, Wz reels (14 min.), $3.00. 

Underwater photography plus animation demon- 
strate the dynamics of moving solid bodies through 
water and the resistance factors that must be over- 



come. You see the employment of arms and legs as 
well as entire body for speed, streamlining power. 
Championship racing starts, breathing techniques, and 
turns are shown in slow motion. 

SWIMMING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, IVi reels, (18 

min.), color, $1.D0. 

The first film ever produced to demonstrate the 
interpretation of the rules of swimming. Official pro- 
cedures for starting, stroke judging, turn judging, 
finish judging and timing are illustrated. Divers in 
action show numerous faults and how much each 
fault lowers the diver's score. (K.H.S.A.A.). 

Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00. 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National League 
conquered the American League by 6-5. A crowd of 
over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the first pitch of the 
game for a home run. (KHSAA). 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 

IVz reels, color, $1.00. 

The greats of the National League battle the stars 
of the American League in the new 26 million dol- 
lar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The National League 
won the game in the tenth inning as Tim McCarver 
scored on a single by Maury Wills. Close-ups of the 
stars are shown as they warm up for each game. 
(KHSAA). 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e.-j-s-c-a, 

3 reels, color, $1.00. 

The National and American League All-Star Game 
Was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, home of 
the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie Allen 
homered in the first inning and Frank Robinson of 
Baltimore tied the score in the second. In the fifteenth 
inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati broke the tie and won 
the game for the National League by hitting a home 
run.(KHSAA) 
BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, 

$1.00. 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coopers- 
town, N. Y. when new names are added to the Hall of 
Fame list. Numerous stars of the past return to the 
shrine each year at this time and are shown as their 
feats on the diamond are related. The history of 
Cooperstown and the purpose of the Hall of Fame are 
explained in the picture. 
BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, 

color (or black & white). 

Special visual effects and interesting play situations 
aid the player, coach and umpire in gaining a better 
understanding of the rules. Baseball fans will also 
find this excellent teaching film will add a great deal 
to their appreciation and enjoyment of the great 
American pastime, baseball. This picture was pro- 
duced under the direction of the Nat'l. Fed. of State 
High School Associations and approved by the Nat'l. 
Fed. Baseball Rules Committee. 

(Continued in April ATHLETE) 



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WILL WIN THE TROPHY, BUT EVERY 
PARTICIPANT WILL BENEFIT FROM TAK- 
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LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION - 1979 




(Left to Right) Front Row: George Giles, Lance Gorham, Kenny Minniefield, Dirk Minniefield, 
Junior Johnson, Brandt Ely. Second Row: Assistant Coach Don Harville, Mgr. Lee Hall, Kurt Rose, 
Tony Wilson, Jeff Stakelin, Jeff Parrett, Coach "Jock" Sutherland. 



Official Organ of tht 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



APRIL 1979 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - RUNNER UP 
1979 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Jeff Davie, Regionald Dooley, Ricky Owns, Arnold Maypray, Tim Evans, Don Morehead, 
Mgr. Anthony Bowles. Second Row: Ass't Coach Steve Akin, Ray Jordan Alan Barnett, Kelly Young, Charles Nance, 
Kenny Hart, Mike Harris, Coach Lyle Dunbar. 



MAYFIELD HIGH SCHOOL - SEMI FINALIST 
1979 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Chris Graham, Andy Beale, Troy Moss, Ron McGehee. Second Row: Marcus Moss, Wes 
Mills, Charles Parrott, David Wyatt, Jeff Boyd, David Youngblood, Chris Pyle, George Williams, Jesse Moss, David Qymer, 
Chris Riggers. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI-NO. 9 



APRIL, 1979 



il.OO Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency, Lex- 
ington, on Friday, March 16, 1979. The meeting was 
called to order at 9:00 A.M. by President Jack 
Burkich. All Board members. Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout and Billy 
V. Wise were present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education and 
Darrell Wells represented the State School Boards 
Association. The invocation was given by Glendon 
Ravenscraft. 

Denzil J. Ramsey moved, seconded by Denval 
Barriger, that the minutes of the January meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills gave the results of the recent 
balloting for Board membership for Section 2 and 5. 
The balloting in Section 2 was as follows: Reathel 
Goff, 9; Robie Harper, Jr., 26; Bill Van Winkle, 6. 
Fairce 0. Woods who was unopposed for election in 
Section 5, received 34 votes. 

Mr. Mills gave a report on the following recom- 
mendations of the Football Committee: 

1 . The Committee discussed the lodging and meal 
allowance allowed for participating teams in the foot- 
ball playoff games. By motion of Joseph McPherson, 
seconded by Denval Barriger, and a unanimous vote, 
the Football Committee recommends that the meal 
allowance by increased from S2.00 to $3.00 for 
thirty-eight (38) persons per meal and the lodging 
allowance be increased from $4.00 to $5.00 for 
thirty-eight (38) persons. 

2. By motion of Norman Passmore, seconded by 
Denval Barriger and a unanimous vote, the Football 
Committee recommends that Section 11-C under the 
Rules and Regulations Governing Football Champion- 
ship be amended to read as follows: 

The championship shall be determined by the won/ 
loss record within each football sub-district or district 
based upon the games played that count toward the 
sub-district or district record. In the case of a tie be- 
tween two teams, based upon the won/loss record, 
the team that won the game contested between the 
two tied teams shall be declared the champions. Should 
three or more teams tie for the championship based 
upon the won/loss record, the championship shall be 
determined by the following plan: Each team shall 
receive one point for each game won by any four of 
their defeated opponents (including sub-district, dis- 
trict and non-district games); except the game played 
between the teams tied for the championship and 
each of their defeated opponents shall be omitted 
when calculating points to break the tie. If the tie re- 
mains after a team's highest points have been counted, 
an additional game will be counted until the tie is 
broken. Only games played with Kentucky teams 



shall be counted. If a tie results after the above plan 
has been applied, it shall be broken by the Board of 
Control. 

Norman Passmore made a motion, seconded by 
Joseph McPherson, that the recommendations of the 
Football Committee be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to be 
submitted by the Board and the principals of the Big 
8 Conference at the forthcoming Delegate Assembly. 
A list of these proposals appear elsewhere in this 
issue of the ATHLETE and copies have been sent to 
all member school representatives and Delegates. 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- 
ship, that these proposals be submitted to the Dele- 
gate Assembly. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills gave a brief report on the 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament and on how the 
people of Rupp Arena, Convention Bureau and others 
had worked to see that the tournament was a success. 

After a lengthy discussion on the present playoff 
system in basketball, Barney Thweatt made a motion, 
seconded by Glendon Ravenscraft, that the Basketball 
Committee send out a survey to determine the wishes 
of the member schools concerning the classification 
of schools in basketball. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Mr. Mills explained that many schools were not in 
agreement with the Board's decision to sanction 
Soccer as a spring sport and requested that the Sports 
Committee give further study to this subject. President 
Burkich requested that the Committee meet prior to 
the April meeting of the Board and be prepared to 
make recommendations at that time. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Pete Grigsby, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginn- 
ing January 1, 1979, and ending February 28, 1979, 
be allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for April 20, 1979, 9:00 A.M., at the 
K.H.S.A.A. BuUding, Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meeting ad- 
journed. 



1979 K.H.S.A.A. ANNUAL MEETING 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will be 
held on Friday, April 20, at 2:00 P.M., in the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association Building, 
560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H. 
S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in the 
Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon by the 
Delegate Assembly. 

(Continued on Page Two) 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1 979 

VOL. XLI-NO. 9 APRIL, 1979 FILMS 

_^ The films listed below are in the Film Library of the Uni- 

Published monthly, except June and July by the Kentucky versity of Kentucky's CoUege of Education. The code letters 

High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication "^' '• ^' <=■ ^" '^^^"^ '° elementary, junior high, semor high, 

560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington Ky 40502 ' college and adult audiences who may enjoy the particular 

Q„„„„ J „■ .„ , ■ J . I ■ i „ , film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply to schools 

A..!nt»^l fLr^.?■^ ^ . ^ ■ ,"' Lexington, Kentucky which use one of the special subscription service plans offered 

^r In WHnn iTn. I , "^f A^\ 'S^^ °J Fnf'-f^^ Provided by the Buruea of Audio-Visual Material, Scott Street Building, 

Ma^'lf9rPub!icatio'^^.^o°'29°3'=08r '' '"'' ^"''°"^''' University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506 . 

Editor.- TOM MILLS BASEBALL 

A^^nt mZv: : V: : ■.-.■ ; : : ; :: : • ■ ioms'sTOUT (Continued from March Athlete) 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

Lexington, Kentucky 2 reels. $ 1 .00 

BOARD OF CONTROL This film presents an analysis of the doubleplay 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) whitesburg in baseball. Different players from several major 

n'*^^', Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville Ipqpiipc are shown in artion Fipldino tapgins and 

Directors . . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green- i^agues are Snown in aciion. rieiQing, lagging, anu 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- throwing are illustrated and explained, 

son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minneh'an (1978-1982), FIFTY YEARS OF BASFRAT T e-i-S-C-a 3 reels 

LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington D J rir 1 I I CAK:) ur DASEDALL, ejSLd, J reels, 

Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- $1.00 

reVres^^tat^ve ''"''' '^""'''^ Manning, State Dept. of Education Pacts of the immortal Stars of baseball 316 recalled 

Subscription Rate si.oo per year *" ^^is fifty years of memorial. Shows some famous 

^^^==^^==^^^^=:=^^==^=^^^^= oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and great 

^ /■/ 'jf^ • • /f9/^- moments of action in the lives of the more recent 

^■f baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 

INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 

$1.00 

. The fundamentals and finer points of infield play 

Annual Meeting 2^ fj^^j ^^(j ^j^^^^ bases are illustrated by big league 

(Continued from Page One) players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging runners, 

etc., pictured often in slow motion. Sponsored by 

PROPOSAL I ^- ^- Spalding Co., the American and National 

The principals of the "Big Eight Conference" pro- Leagues, 

pose that the following sentence be added to By-Law INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1 .00 

42. "Beginning with the 1980 season no member Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, batt- 

school shall play more than ten regular season foot- ing, fielding, and base-running, are demonstrated, 

ball games." Note: This film was placed with the library through 

PROPOSAL II ^^ courtesy of the Kentucky High School Athletic 

The principals of the "Big Eight Conference" pro- Association, 

pose that By-Law 21 be amended to read as follows: OCTOBER, MADNESS-THE WORLD SERIES, e-j- 

"A school maintaining a football team shall not play s-c-a, 2% reels, $1.00 

more than twenty-two basketball games during the Shows many of the unforgettable feats performed 

season, and a school which does not maintain a foot- by players as they happened in World Series past, 

ball team shall not play more than twenty-eight games Dramatic plays that made everlasting heroes are high- 

during the season." lighted along with the anguish felt by the victims. 

PROPOSAL III (KHSAA) 

The principals of the "Big Eight Conference" pro- PLAY BALL SON, j-s, 1 Vi reels, $2.50 

pose that the following sentence by added to By-Law Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a group 

21. "Beginning with the 1980-81 basketbah season of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts in baseball, 

no football playing school shall be allowed to play a Correct methods of hitting, catching, and throwing 

basketball game until the football playoffs have been are demonstrated in natural and slow-motion. Based 

completed in their football division." on book by Bert V. Dunne. 

PROPOSAL IV WORLD SERIES OF 1961 , e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 Min.), 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School color, $1 .00 

Athletic Association proposes that Article VII be Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the Cincin- 

amended to read as follows: "Each member school nati Reds were able to win only the second game in 

shall pay to the Commissioner on or before September the series against the New York Yankees. Superb 

1 an annual membership fee. The amount of the fee pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power of the 

shall be determined by the Board of Control. Although Yankees brought them the world's championship after 

the official year of the Association begins on July 1 live games. 

and ends on June 30, member schools are given a WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

grace period of two months within which to pay. $1.00 

Schools failing to pay their dues by September 1 are Key plays from all seven games are shown as the 

dropped from membership and are not allowed to New York Yankees of the American League retain 

participate in games with K.H.S.A.A. member schools the world's championship by defeating the San Fran- 

until they are reinstated by the Commissioner." Cisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the final game. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



Page Three 



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. STATE TRACK MEET 
Classes A, AA Boys — Classes A, AA Girls 



U. K. SPORTS CENTER - May 18-19, 1979 



PRELIMINARIES 
TRACK 

10:00 A Girls 
10:10 AA Girls 
10:20 A Boys 
10:30 AA Boys 
10:40 AGirsl 
10:50 AA Girls 
11:00 A Boys 
11:10 AA Boys 
11:20 AGirsl 
11:30 AA Girls 
11:45 A Boys 
12:00 AA Boys 
12:15 A Girls 
12:25 AA Girls 
12:35 A Boys 
12:45 AA Boys 



Friday, May 18, 1979 

1 10 Yd. Low Hurdles (100m) 
110 Yd. Low Hurdles (100m) 
Cm) 
Om) 



1 20 Yd. High Hurdles ( 
1 20 Yd. High Hurdles ( 
100 Yd. Dash (100m) 
100 Yd. Dash (100m) 
100 Yd. Dash (100m) 
100 Yd. Dash (100m) 
880 Yd. Relay (800m) 
880 Yd. Relay (800m) 
880 Yd. Relay (800m) 
880 Yd. Relay (800m) 
440 Yd. Dash (400m) 
440 Yd. Dash (400m) 
440 Yd. Dash (400m) 
440 Yd. Dash (400m) 

LUNCH BREAK 

15 A Girls 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

25 AA Girls 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

35 A Boys 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

45 AA Boys 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

55 A Girls 880 Yd, Medley Relay 

(100, 100.200,400m) 
880 Yd. Medley Relay 
(100, 100,200 400m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
Mile Relay (4.x400m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
Mile Relay 4.\400m) 
440 Yd. Relay (400m) 
440 Yd. Relay (400m) 

FINALS -FRIDAY 



2:05 AA Girls 

2:15 A Boys 
2:25 AABoys 
2:35 A Girls 
2:50 AA Girls 
3:05 A Boys 
3:15 AABoys 
3:25 A Girls 
3:35 AA Girls 
3:45 A Girls 
4:00 AA Girls 
4:15 A Boys 
4:30 AABoys 
4:40 A Girls 
4:50 AA Girls 

FIELD EVENTS 

12:00 

Pole Vault - Boys AA 
Discus — Boys A 
High Jump - Boys A 
Shot Put - Boys AA 
Long Jump — Girls A 
2:30 

Discus - Girls AA 
High Jump - Girls AA 
Shot Put - Girls A 
Long Jump - Boys A 
Triple Jump — Boys AA 



Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 

Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 



FINALS - Saturday May 19, 1979 
TRACK 

1 1 :00 A Girls 1 1 Yd. Low Hurdles ( 1 00m) 

11:05 AA Girls 110 Yd. Low Hurdles (100m) 

11:15 A Boys 120 Yd. High Hurdles (1 10m) 

11:20 AABoys 120 Yd. High Hurdles (1 10m) 

11:30 A Girls 100 Yd. Dash ( 100m) 

11:35 AA Girls 100 Yd. Dash (100m) 

11:40 A Boys 100 Yd. Dash (100m) 

11:45 AABoys 100 Yd. Dash (100m) 

11:50 A Girls One Mile Run ( 1600m) 

12:00 AA Girls One Mile Run (1600m) 

12:10 A Boys One Mile Run ( 1600m) 

12:20 AABoys One Mile Run ( 1600m) 

12:30 A Girls 880 Yd. Relay (800m) 

12:40 AA Girls 880 Yd. Relay (800m) 

12:50 A Boys 880 Yd. Relay (800m) 

1:00 AABoys 880 Yd. Relay (800m) 

LUNCH BREAK 

30 A Girls 440 Yd. Dash (400m) 

35 AA Girls 440 Yd. Dash (400m) 

40 A Boys 440 Yd. Dash (400m) 

45 AA Boys 440 Yd. Dash (400m) 

50 A Girls 330 Yd. Low Hurdles ( 300m) 

55 AA Girls 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

00 A Boys 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

05 AA Boys 330 Yd. Low Hurdles (300m) 

10 A Girls 880 Yd. Medley Relay 

(100,100,200,400m) 
:20AA Girls 880 Yd. Medley Relay 

(100, 100.200,400m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
880 Yd. Run(800iTi) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
880 Yd. Run (800m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
220 Yd Dash (200m) 
220 Yd. Dash (200m) 
Two Mile Run (3200m) 
Two Mile Run (3200m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
Mile Relay (4x400m) 
440 Yd. Relay (400m) 
440 Yd. Relay (400m) 



2:30 A Boys 

2:35 AABoys 

2:45 A Girls 

2:55 AA Girls 

3:05 A Boys 

3:10 AABoys 

3:15 A Girls 

3:20 AA Girls 

3:25 A Boys 

3:40 AA Boys 

3:55 A Girls 

4:05 AA Girls 

4:15 A Boys 

4:25 AABoys 

4:35 A Girls 

4:40 AA Girls 

5:15 Team Awards Presentation 

FIELD EVENTS - FINALS SATURDAY 



(In Regional Meets the track events should be run in this order.) 



12:00 P.M. 

Pole Vault - Boys A 
Discus — Girls A 
High Jump - Boys AA 
Shot Put - Boys A 
Long Jump P Girls AA 



:30 P.M. 

Discus - Boys AA 
High Jump — Girls A 
Shot Put - Girls AA 
Long Jump - Boys AA 
Triple Jump - Boys A 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



WARREN EAST HIGH SCHOOL - SEMI FINALIST 
1979 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Jimmy Pillow, Todd Embry, Luther Gibbs, Steve Johnson, Ronnie Anthony, Blane 
Embry. Second Row: Coach Dallas Embry, Ronnie East, Tony Anthony, Jon Lawson, Fred Dunn, Robert Lewis, Dale 
Cherry, Mike Barrick, James Shobe. 



FILMS 

(Continued from Page Two) 

WORLD SERIES of 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.), 

color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los Angeles 
Dodgers won the baseball championship by defeating 
the New York Yankees in four straight games. 
WORLD SERIES of 1964, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.), 

color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win the 
series to become the world's champions for 1965. 
Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Shows highlights of the games in which the Minne- 
sota Twins take the first two games at Minneapolis 
from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come back to win 
the next four games with Sandy Koufax pitching the 
seventh game for the world's champions. (KHSAA). 
WORLD SERIES OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports world as 
they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in four 
straight games to win the world championship. Even 
the great Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale could not 
silence the bats of Frank Robinson and Brooks Robin- 



son. Shows the action plays in all four games. (KHS 
AA). 

WORLD SERIES OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven games 
to win the championship over the Boston Red Sox. 
Harry Carey narrated the play as Jim Lonborg, aided 
by slugger Carl Yastremski, wins two games for the 
Sox but cannot match the three wins by Bob Gibson 
of the Cards. (KHSAA) 
WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.), 

color, $1.00. 

The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World Series for 
the first time in twenty-three years, beat the St. Louis 
Cardinals by four games to three. The Cardinals took 
a 3 to 1 lead but the Tigers came back to win the 
series. Mickey Lolich won three games for the Tigers. 
Bob Gibson won two games for the Cardinals but was 
the loser in the final game. (KHSAA). 
WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 Min.), 

color, $1.00. 

The New York Mets, National League Champions, 
defeated the American League winner, Baltimore, for 
the world championship. The Mets won four straight 
games after the Orioles took the first one at Baltimore. 
Shows dazzling defensive plays which highlighted the 
series. (KHSAA). 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



Page Five 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY - GIRLS' CHAMPION 
1979 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Hight) Front Row: Patsy O'Toole, Lynda Collins, Trina Reisert. Second Row: Jane Sullivan, Nancy Hennessy, 
Misty Parsons, Diane Morgan. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL - BOYS' CHAMPION 
1979 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Meagher, A. Steiden, M. Mullins, B. HiUebrand, P. Schneider. Mr. Higgs, M. Gleason, T. 
Collar. Second Row: T. Curry, R. Schweitzer, J. Makin, D. Wise, D. Burchart, D. Probus, A. Kolb, S. Horrell. Third Row: R. 
Boland, S. Legler, J. Schlecli, T. DeCamilUs, G. Bennett, M. Ryan, J. Gleason, D. Carey. Fourth Row: J. Biedenbender, M. 
Johmann, J. Tierney, M. Dumstorf, M. Curley, S. Makk, M. Scheid. Fifth Row: Mgr. R. Fischer, P. KeUne-Kracht, G. Guinn. 
H. Thobin, Mgr. B. Ballard. 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



1979 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Country Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 23-24, 1979 



BOYS FINAL RESULTS 



TEAM 



I u, -^ pa — . CQ Tt 



St. Xavier 

Trinity 

Covington Catholic 

Model 

Ballaid 

Atherton 

Hopkinsville 

Eastern 

Tales Creek 

Central 

Kentucky Country Day 

Model 

Owensboro 

Franklin County 

Russell 

Woodford County 

Lafayette 

Newport Catholic 

Danville 

Waggener 



163 
131 
121 
98 
73 
63 
59 
57 
51 
48 
44 
40 
36 
31 
28 
27 
24 
15 
13 
13 



1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

St. Xavier 1:44.; 

Model 1:44.' 

Hopkinsville 1 :46.i 

Atherton 1:48.1 

Tales Creek 1:48. 

Owensboro 1:48.' 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 
Bruce Dorman, KCD .... 
Mike Higgs, St. Xavier .... 
Alan Hays, Tates Creek 
Bill Hofacre, Cov. Catholic . 
David Lambert, Ballard 
Todd Barry, Central .... 
Dorman set a new state record with 

1 time of 1:44.4. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Bruce Dorman, KCD 2:01 

Jamie Barnett, Male 2:02 

Eddie Pantoja, Eastern 2:03 

Greg Ballou, Central 2:04 

Dave Rolf, Cov. Catholic . . 2:05 
Craig Oney, Blazer Disq. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

Scott Williams, Model .... 22. 
Bob Wynkoop, Atherton . 22. 
Rick Pearson. Trinity .... 22. 
Gary Bunch, Lafayette .... 23. 

D. Schmidthuber, Eliz 23. 

Jim Jensen, Hopkinsville . 23. 



5. One Meter Diving 

1. Dan Watson, Russell .... 481.65 

2. Greg Bennett, St. Xavier . 385.70 

3. Woody Franklin, KCD .... 367.80 

4. Robbie Cottrell, Russell . 366.75 

5. Brent Lichty, Model .... 309.80 

6. Jay Whittle, Cov. Catholic . 306.75 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Eddie Pantoja, Eastern .... 5 3.8 

2. Bill Padgett, Trinity .... 54.9 

3. David Rolf, Covington Cath. 55.0 

4. T. Coshiavo, Dixie Heights . 56.6 

5. Greg Ballou, Central .... 56.8 

6. Rick Wileman, Ballard .... 57.6 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

1. Scott Williams, Model 49.1 

2. Gary Bunch, Lafayette 50.1 

3. Rick Pearson, Trinity 50.3 

4. Dan Carey, St. Xavier 51.6 

5. B. Klaine, Cov. Catholic .. 5 1.6 

6. Mark Ruck, Eastern 52.0 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Mike Higgs, St. Xavier 4:46.0 

2. Alan Hays, Tates Creek .. 4:56.2 

3. Bill Hofarce, Cov. Catholic . . 4:56.8 

4. Robin Wileman, Central .. 5:06.9 

5. Don Livingston, Waggener .. 5:07.0 

6. Jay Morrison, Seneca 5:13.5 

Higgs set a new state record with his 

time of 4:46.0. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

Alan Steiden, St. Xavier . . 56.91 

Bob Wynkoop, Atherton . . 56.99 

David Buchart, St. Xavier .. 56.13 

Rick Wileman, Ballard 57.23 

Joe York, Atherton 57.57 

Bob Kelly, Cov. Catholic . . 59.90 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 

Bobby Peck, Woodford Co. 1:02.7 

Jamie Barnett, Male .... 1:02.8 

Mark Brandt, Hopkinsville . 1:02.9 

Bill Padgett, Trinity .... 1 :03.2 

Hank Wright, Trinity .... 1:04.2 

Tom Mulliken, Owensboro . 1:05.1 



1 1. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 



Trinity 

2. Covington Catholic 

3. Ballard 

4. St. Xavier 

5. Eastern 

6. Franklin County 



3:24.1 
3:26.3 
3:27.1 
3:27.3 
3:33.7 
3:35.5 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



Page Seven 



1979 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Country Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 23-24, 1979 



GIRLS FINAL RESULTS 



TEAM 



.1 St 



S t 






>. at; 



o I- o 



Sacred Heart 

Henry Clay 

Ky. Country Day 

Tates Creek 

Notre Dame Aca. 

Highlands 

Elizabethtown 

Eastern 

Beechwood 

Waggener 

Model 

Conner 

Henry Clay 

Fort Campbell 

Daviess County 

Bowling Green 

Danville 

Paul Blazer 

Westport 

Atherton 



138 
93 
88 
83 
75 
75 
69 
49 
45 
45 
44 
37 
32 
29 
28 
27 
26 
24 
24 
23 



1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Sacred Heart 1:56 

Beechwood 1:59 

Tates Creek 1:59 

Highlands 2:01 

Notre Dame 2:02 

Elizabethtown 2:03 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

Carol Landry, Eastern .... 1:54 

Ceci Clarke, Fort Campbell . 1:57, 

Nancy Hennessy, Shawnee . 1:58 

Donna Buese, KDC 2:00 

Jan Nunn, Ballard 2:01 

S. Cannes, Elizabethtown . . 2:02. 

Landry set a new state record with 
r time of 1:54.2. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 
Jane Sullivan, Shawnee ... . 2:11. 
Denise Busan, Tates Creek. . 2:13. 
Robin Browning, Ballard 2:15. 
S. Hebestreet, Ballard 2:15. 
Laura Murphy, Henry Clay . 2:18. 

Lora Salmon, Moore 2:22. 

Sullivan set a new state record with 

r time of 2:11.9. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

Peggy Saalfield, Model .... 24. 

Karen Jaque, Daviess .... 25. 

Diane Morgan, Shawnee . . 25. 

Beth Bankemper, Kighlands.. 25. 

Stephanie Davis, Atherton. . . 25. 
Ellen Finney, Tates Creek . . . 25. 



6 6 



5. One Meter Diving 

Sheri Horvitz, Waggener . . 404.85 

Ellen McGrath, Male .... 403.10 

Becky Lloyd, Dixie Heights . 390.40 

Misty Parsons, Shawnee . . 378.15 

Gail Vasterling, Apollo .... 348.75 
Caryn O'Connor, Assumption 346.90 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

Lisa Buese, KCD 56.2 

K. Turner, Conner 59.0 

Laura Murphy, Henry Clay . . 1:01.6 

Amy Davis, Blazer 1:02.6 

Caroline Thompson, Manual. 1:04.2 

D. Heidrich, Beechwood .. 1:04.3 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle 
Carol Landry, Eastern . . . 
Peggy Saalfield, Model . . . 
Stephanie Davis, Atherton 
S. Carnes, Elizabethtown 
Diane Morgan, Shawnee 
B. Bankemper, Highlands 
Landry set a new state reco 
;r time of 53.1. 



8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

Lisa Buese, KCD 

Robin Browning, Ballard 
Ceci Clarke, Ft. Campbell 
Denise Buban, Tates Creek 
Jan Nunn, Ballard .... 
Amy Davis, Blazer 



53.1 


54.1 


54.8 


56.2 


56.3 


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9. 100 Yard Backstroke 
Karen Turner, Conner . . . 
Ellen Finney, Tates Creek 
Nancy Hennessy, Shawnee 
S. Hebestreet, Ballard . . . 
J. Heidrich, Beechwood. . . 
Karen Jaque, Daviess . . . 



10. 



100 Yard Breaststroke 



Jane Sullivan, Shawnee 
Becky Kitchen, Westport 
Patricia Miller, Waggener 
Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co. 
K. Lynch, Elizabethtown 
Lora Salmon, Moore . . . 



:00.4 
:02.6 
:02.9 
:03.0 
:05.3 
:07.3 



:09.3 
:09.6 
:09.9 
:13.5 

:14.4 
:14.5 



1 1. 400 Yard Free Relay 

Kentucky Country Day . 3:47.6 

Ballard 3:51.9 

Highlands 3:56.9 

Notre Dame Acad 3:59.4 

Danville 4:05.7 

Bowling Green 4:06.0 





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Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



1979 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Player 
Olinger 
Guess 
Mobelini 
Hagans 
Alexander 
McDaniel 
Miller 
Little 
PuUiam 
Hall 

Cornette 
Francis 
Totals 



Game No. 1 


- Session No. 1 










Pulaski County-Will 


IS Simpson 


Player 


m 


n fg fga ft fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Begley 




- 7 


- 3 4 






2 17 


Cole 




- 8 


- 






3 13 


Cox 




- 1 


- 






2 


Mounce 




- 


- 






1 


Thomas 




13 


- 5 8 






2 31 


Shadoan 














Burkett 




- 3 


- 2 2 






4 8 


Furlong 














Shadoan 




- 1 









3 2 


Brent 














Faulkner 














Wallen 




- 












Totals 




33 - 10 14 






15 76 


Game No. 2 


- Session No. 1 










Warren East -Dallas Embry 




Player 


m 


n f g f 


la ft fta reb a 


pf tp 


Cherry 
East 




5 
4 


- ■ 
10 


1 10 
3 8 


Lewis 




1 


1 2 






4 3 


Barrick 




1 









1 2 

2 12 
1 2 


Anthony 
Dunn 




5 



2 5 
2 2 






Lawson 




4 


2 4 






3 10 


Anthony 












1 11 


Shobe 




4 


3 8 






Johnson 














Pillow 














Gibbs 














Totals 




24 - 10 22 






16 58 


Game No. 3 


-Se 


sion No. 2 










Clas 


County - Bob 


ICei 


h 




Player 


m 


in fg fga ft fta r 


eb 


a 


pf.*? 


Bishop 


3 


2 13 24 2 2 1 


5 





4 28 


Bowling 


3 


) 4 9 3 5 


4 





5 11 


Hanson 


1 


5 2 4 2 








5 4 


Little 


" 3 


2 6 17 3 5 1 





2 


2 15 


Smith 


3 


2 6 7 3 3 


4 


1 


3 15 


Griffith 




7 13 








2 2 


Ledford 


1 


4 4 2 4 


4 





4 10 


Moore 
















Bowling, Lonnie 




-0000 











Corun 
















Coffey 
















Smith, Bobby 
















Team 






3 






Totals 


16 


3 36 68 13 21 3 


7 


3 


25 85 


Game No. 4 


-Se 


ision No. 2 










Gra 


It County - C. F 


.W 


enderoth 


Player 


m 


m fg fga ft fta r 


eb 


3 


pf tp 


Simpson 


2' 


t 1 11 6 8 1 


1 


3 


4 8 


Kinsey 


2 


5 11 2 3 


4 


3 


5 12 


Hubbard 


1 


t 


1 


3 





Howe 


3 


2 4 11 8 10 1 


2 


1 


3 16 


Wright 


3 


3 113 


2 





1 


Pfister 


2 


3 6 10 


5 





12 


Welsh 




10 








2 


Shipp 


1 


2 10 1 


2 








Kenner 







1 








Poore 
















Hoover 







1 








Jones 




12 4 


3 





2 


Team 






4 






Totals 


16 


) 16 47 19 29 4 


6 


1 


14 51 


Game No. 


5 -S 


ession 3 










Ash 


land Blazer - Pa 


UlP 


atterson 


Player 




uin fg fga ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf tp 


McCauley 




6 5 11 1 


3 





3 10 


Smith 




2 5 10 4 6 


8 





2 14 


Anders 




2 2 7 


11 





2 4 


Cobb 




52 3 7 1 2 


1 


5 


1 7 


Henderson 




51 1 6 2 4 


1 


1 


1 4 


Tipton 




4 7 7 7 


10 





1 15 


Withrow 




6 


2' 





1 


Anderson 




10 








1 


Brown 




-0000 











Haller 




-.0000 











Daniel 




-0000 











Team 






4 






Totals 


1 


30 20 


48 14 20 


41 


6 


12 54 



Roger K 
min fg f 

- 4 

- 12 

- 34 


irby 

ga ft fta reb 

1 - 
-01- 
-01- 

- 1 4 - 
-12- 
-35- 

- 5 14 - 


1 pf tp 
2 8 
1 2 
1 10 

4 25 

4 11 

1 17 

13 73 



Player 
Schneider 
Allemang 
McCauley 
Eilers 
Woerner 
White 
Brooks 
White 
Cozzens 
Hemming 
Brohm 
Karrer 
Totals 



DeSales - Lucien Raque 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 
5 - 4 4 - - 2 14 



- 5 

- 8 

- 2 

- 1 

- 2 


4 8 

1 

2 5 






1 14 

4 16 

5 6 
1 2 
1 4 





Caverna - K 


im 


Shaw 






Player 


mir 


tg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Stinson 


25 


3 13 


2 


2 


i 


1 


4 8 


Demetrius 


24 


6 13 


2 


3 


2 


(1 


2 14 


Woodard 


32 


7 17 


14 


15 


19 





3 28 


Percell 


25 


4 11 


4 


5 


1 


2 


3 12 


Page 


31 


9 14 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 20 


Ennis 


20 


3 9 


1 


5 


9 





2 7 


Weaver 






















Woods 






















Bunnell 










U 











Bennett 










(1 


(1 








Riordan 










U 











Team 










/ 






Totals 


160 


32 77 


25 


il 


37 


6 


18 89 





Lafayette - 


Jock Sutherland 


Player 


mir 


fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 


Stakeyn 


7 








2 


Rose 


28 


7 8 


1 2 


6 1 4 15 


Wilson 


30 


9 12 


1 


11 1 18 


Johnson 


30 


4 14 


1 1 


3 2 3 10 


Minnefield , D 


26 


7 19 


2 2 


6 2 1 16 


Minnie field, K 


11 


2 





10 4 


Ely 


4 


2 3 


1 


6 4 


Parrett 


5 


1 3 


4 4 


10 6 


Giles 


13 


1 2 





2 2 


Gorham 


2 


1 1 





2 2 


Hatton 


2 


2 2 


1 


14 


Budzinski 


2 








10 2 


Team 








3 


Totals 


160 


34 66 


9 13 


32 5 22 77 




Owensboro - 


- Bobby Watson 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb a pf tp 


Higgs 


32 


6 12 


5 7 


6 1 4 17 


Drake 


26 


3 12 


t) 


10 1 4 6 


Griffin 


25 


4 15 


(1 


8 4 8 


James 


18 


3 8 


1 2 


2 12 7 


Thompson 


31 


3 8 


U 


10 2 6 


Acquisto 













Greer 


10 


1 


1 2 


10 1 


McFarland 













Riley 


12 


3 4 


(1 


10 2 6 


James 













Leak 


6 


(1 








Team 











Totals 


160 


22 60 


7 11 


29 3 18 51 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



Page Eleven 



1979 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Player 

Williams 

Levi 

Gross 

Williams 

Talbott 

Ross 

Williams 

Reed 

Crawford 

Gross 

Jenkins 

Custard 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Edmonds 

Ware 

Gibbs 

Turner 

Baker 

Moran 

Jones 

Mayfield 

Mangus 

Tarter 

Martin 

Franklin 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Newsome 

May, Mike 

McPeek 

Kiser 

Newsome 

Bentley 

Rowe 

May, Todd 

Spears 

HaU 

Johnson 

May, Randy 

Team 

Totals 
Game No. ' 

Player 

Begley 

Cox 

Thomas 

Burkett 

Shadoan 

Mounce 

Cole 

Wallen 

Furlong 

Faulkner 

Brent 

Shadoan, Mike 

Team 

Totals 



- Session No. 3 
Harrison County - Virgil Jenkins 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



22 5 10 4 4 7 



8 
2 2 13 




1 4 14 

2 6 

2 10 

4 4 



7 17 
3 4 




1 3 



3 3 1 2 3 17 
110 6 





3 







2 2 



00000000 
00000000 



160 25 59 9 13 34 5 17 59 

- Session 4 
Westport - Chuck Nalevanko 

fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



32 7 14 1 

31 13 23 3 3 15 

32 1 7 8 
32 3 7 2 
29 3 8 4 4 3 

10 1 
3 10 1 





1 15 

5 29 



3 6 

























1 

9 35 3 17 62 



- Session No. 4 
Virgie - Bob Osborne 
nin fg fga ft fta reb ; 



32 11 22 

23 

31 

28 

32 

3 

3 



pf tp 



4 7 7 1 26 



10 
1 
4 6 4 



22 1 
4 



7 11 

1 

1 5 

2 



5 8 

3 4 4 4 3 17 

2 2 10 4 
5 6 4 17 




2 



- 00000000 

10 10 

100000000 

3 

160 26 63 18 25 36 7 16 70 

- Session No. 5 

Pulaski County - David Fraley 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



2 6 
3 

4 16 3 

3 3 
2 

2 5 1 




8 













00000000 
00000000 
00000000 
6 
175 23 57 8 11 38 10 15 54 



Game No. 10 - Session No. 5 



Player 
Stinson 
Ford 
Woodard 
Percel 
Page 
Ennis 
Weaver 
Woods 
Bunnell 
Bennett 
Riordan 
Team 
Totals 



Caverna - Kim Shaw 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



-)-> 


6 11 


5 


8 


1 





5 17 


29 


4 8 


1 


■> 


5 


4 


4 9 


31 


4 17 


11 


13 


17 





4 19 


29 


5 8 





1 


4 


2 


4 10 


31 


7 20 


1 


4 


6 


1 


4 15 


12 


1 2 


(1 





6 


1 


1 7 


2 


1 

















1 

















n 


1 




















1 




















1 





















160 27 67 18 28 43 8 22 72 



Player 

Williams 

Boyd 

Youngblood 

Clymer 

Beale 

Wyatt 

Moss 

Pyle 

Parrott 

Biggers 

Flood 

Moss 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Fischer 

Malone 

Muntis 

Sullivan 

Vories 

Malone 

Bowdy 

Dees 

Vogel 

Ling 

Conley 

Redmond 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Hart 

Nance 

Young 

Barnett 

Davie 

Owen 

Jordan 

Morehead 

Evans 

Harris 

Dooley 

Maybray 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Cherry 
Lewis 

Anthony, T 
Lawson 
Shobe 
East 
Barrick 
Dunn 

Anthony, R 
Embry, T 
Embry, B 
Gibbs 

Team 

Totals 

Player 

Stakelin 

Rose 

Wilson 

Johnson 

Minnicfield,D. 

Minniefield.K 

Giles 

Ely 

Parrett 

Gorham 

Hatton 

Budzinski 

Team 

Totals 



Mayfield - Roger Fields 



mir 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


32 


4 


11 


3 


5 


6 


1 


1 11 


17 


2 


4 








1 


1 


4 4 


31 


n 


19 


3 


6 


16 





4 25 


30 


4 


4 


2 


4 


5 


1 


4 10 


32 


1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


2 


1 3 


15 


3 


7 








5 





2 6 




1 


3 








3 





2 













































































































5 
44 








160 


26 


50 


9 


17 


5 


16 61 



Highlands - Ken Shields 
min fg fga ft fta reb 



pf tp 



30 


6 9 


3 


4 


12 


1 


4 15 


30 


3 





2 


1 





2 


32 


13 19 


5 


6 


12 


1 


2 31 


32 


4 8 


8 


9 


4 


8 


2 16 


32 


3 14 





7 


2 


3 


1 6 


2 








































2 





























































































4 








60 


26 53 


16 


23 35 


13 


11 68 



Christian County - Lyle Dunbar 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 
24 8 12 2 5 5 16 



27 


12 20 


2 


2 


13 


1 


1 26 


29 


1 9 








11 


2 


3 2 


23 


1 4 


2 


3 


5 


2 


4 4 


14 


9 13 


2 


2 


1 


4 


2 20 


12 


2 8 





1 


2 





1 4 


9 


4 7 


3 


3 


4 





3 11 


2 

















1 


2 


1 2 














1 2 


1 




















1 


1 2 





1 








2 


1 












3 





2 


160 


39 77 


9 


12 


41 


14 


23 87 



Warren East - Dallas Embry 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



26 


3 10 








2 





3 


6 


35 


6 11 





3 


1.5 


5 


1 


12 


35 


5 8 


1 


1 


X 


2 


5 


11 


35 


3 10 


2 


2 


7 


3 


■> 


8 


27 


7 21 


2 


4 


5 





2 


16 


20 


3 


2 


3 


(1 





1 


2 



















(1 



















(1 



























































(1 


(1 


(1 


(1 
































175 24 63 7 13 39 10 14 55 

Lafayette - Jock Sutherland 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 
913026022 
31 6 13 3 15 3 4 12 
26 8 15 6 6 10 1 5 22 
21 6 12 1 1 1 6 4 13 
28 9 14 9 10 9 9 4 27 
20 38362259 



10 



19 2 5 2 5 6 2 1 6 
- 00000000 
100000000 
100000000 
1110 2 2 
5 
160 36 71 21 33 57 23 25 93 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1979 



1979 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Player 

McCauley 

Smith 

Anders 

Cobb 

Henderson 

Tipton 

Withrow 

Anderson 

Brown 

Haller 

Daniel 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Malone 

Fisher 

Muntis 

Vorics 

Sullivan 

Malone, D 

Vogel 

Ling 

Dees 

Bowdy 

Redmond 

Conley 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Cherry 

Lewis 

Anthony 

Lawson 

Shobe 

Embry, T. 

East 

Barrick 

Dunn 

Johnson 

Pillow 

Embry, B. 
Team 
Totals 



1 1 - Session 6 

Ashland Blazer — Paul Patterson 
nin fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



32 6 13 

27 3 



2 2 6 1 



4 5 5 2 3 



2 

3 3 5 







3 11 




- 00000000 

- 00000000 

- 00000000 

4 
160 21 51 12 13 29 12 18 54 

, 12 - Session 6 

Highlands - Ken Shields 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



4 7 2 5 3 



32 9 16 

32 3 13 

32 6 11 1 2 



15 
6 



2 10 

3 18 



50000000 



- 

- 

- 
13 

- 

- 














160 24 53 4 9 34 11 17 52 

13 - Session 7 

Warren East - Dallas Embry 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 
' '■ 5 6 3 1 17 
1 12 



24 6 12 
32 4 9 4 
24 4 5 1 



13 

5 



8 4 5 



2 1 



6 9 3 

3 5 

2 5 

2 



3 2 2 6 

2 15 

2 2 



- 00000000 
• 00000000 

- 00000000 
4 

160 22 57 15 25 33 5 13 59 

Game No. 14 - Session 7 

Mayfield - Roger Fields 
min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



Player 

Williams 

Bovd 

Youngblood 

Clymer 

Beale 

Wyatt 

Moss 

Pyle 

Parrott 

Biggers 

Flood 

Moss, T. 
Team 
Totals 



Player 

Stakelin 

Rose 

Wilson 

Johnson 

Minnifield, D. 

Minnifield, K 

Ely 

Parrett 

Gorham 

Giles 

Budzinski 

Hatton 

Team 

Totals 



23 3 19 
32 3 



32 

30 3 6 



1 6 

2 4 
5 16 1 2 22 



12 14 4 7 



2 2 3 2 

7 4 8 

2 

10 

10 

10 10 

10 

10 10 











1 






1 









160 20 63 5 11 39 10 19 45 

i ~ Session 8 
Lafayette - Jock Sutherland 

fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



6 





1 














1 


31 


5 


6 


1 


2 


3 


3 


1 11 


31 


4 


8 


5 


7 


14 


1 


1 13 


27 


10 


17 


4 


5 


8 


4 


1 24 


28 


4 


11 








8 


4 


4 8 


18 


2 


6 


2 


3 


1 


2 


4 6 


8 














0- 








1 























1 























9 





1 








2 























































Mayfield - Roger Fields 



160 25 50 12 17 43 14 12 62 



Player 


mir 


fg fga 


ft fta 


ret 


a pf tp 


WUliams 


26 


4 13 


1 


7 


4 2 8 


Boyd 


30 


1 3 


2 


3 


4 4 2 


Youngblood 


29 


10 15 


4 5 


12 


3 24 


Clymer 


32 


4 8 


6 7 


3 


1 14 


Beale 


32 


3 4 


2 


2 


3 1 6 


Wyatt 


11 


2 


2 2 


2 


1 2 2 


Moss 
















Pyle 
















Parrott 


- 














Biggers 


- 














Flood 
















Moss 
















Team 








6 




Totals 


160 22 45 


12 19 


35 


13 12 56 




Christian County-Lyle 


Dunbar 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a pf tp 


Hart 


32 


4 10 


2 2 


3 


1 3 10 


Nance 


28 


6 15 


4 4 


6 


1 4 16 


Young 


30 


3 10 


4 6 


13 


1 10 


Harnett 


30 


1 10 


5 8 


8 


2 7 


Davie 


32 


6 8 


3 4 


4 


3 1 15 


Owen 


4 














Jordan 


4 














Evans 
















Morehead 
















Harris 
















Maypray 
















Dooley 
















Team 








4 




Totals 


160 


20 53 


18 24 


38 


5 11 58 




Lafayette - 


Jock Sutherland 


Player 


mir 


fg fga 


ft fta ret 


a pf tp 


Stakelin 


8 


1 





1 


1 


Rose 


23 


2 10 


2 2 


7 


5 6 


Wilson 


32 


9 13 


1 2 


23 


1 4 19 


Johnson 


10 


1 3 








1 2 2 


Minnifield, D. 


32 


6 15 


4 4 


6 


7 3 16 


Minnifield, K. 


24 


4 11 





6 


4 5 8 


Giles 


9 


2 3 





4 


1 1 4 


Ely 


22 


5 7 


1 4 





1 3 11 


Parrett 
















Gorham 
















Hatton 
















Budzinski 
















Team 








4 




Totals 


160 


29 63 


8 12 


51 


15 24 66 




Christian Co 


unty- 


Lyle Dunbar 


Player 


mir 


fgfga 


f t fta ret 


a pf tp 


Halt 


31 


2 5 


1 


6 


2 2 4 


Nance 


25 


8 16 


4 


11 


1 2 16 


Young 


25 


3 8 


6 8 


9 


3 1 12 


Barnett 


28 


6 10 





6 


1 12 


Davie 


31 


3 12 


4 8 


2 


4 3 10 


Owen 


4 














Jordan 


12 


1 2 





4 


2 


Evans 


4 














Morehead 
















Harris 
















Maypray 
















Dooley 
















Team 












Totals 


160 


23 53 


10 21 


38 


10 9 56 




Christian County - 


Lyle Dunbar 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a pf tp 


Hart 


31 


6 13 


1 


5 


4 12 


Nance 


30 


6 12 





6 


2 3 12 


Young 


28 


2 7 


2 4 


3 


1 3 6 


Barnett 


26 


2 7 





6 


2 4 


Davie 


32 


3 8 


4 4 





4 2 12 


Owen 


10 


1 4 





1 


1 2 


Jordan 


10 


1 2 





3 


2 


Evans 
















Morehead 


2 


1 1 








1 2 


Maypray 
















Dooley 
















Harris 
















Team 








4 




Totals 


160 


23 54 


6 9 


28 


7 16 52 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Martha Gregory, Darlene Jones, Eleita Evans, Delena House, 
Milessa Sowders, Sharon Garland. Second Row: Monica Feltner, Lisa House, Elizabeth Lou- 
than. Tammy Searcy , Lisa Collins, Paula Carson, Michelle Trosper, Rachel Bruner, Carla Reed. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Evonne Robinson, Cheryl Jackson, Lea Wise, Brenda Smith. Second Row: Valerie 
Miller, Jennifer Lewis, Melissa Boland, Glenda McKinney, Kelley West, Lynn Moore. Third Row: Debbie Beidle- 
man. Crystal Wallace, Maureen McSorley, Sheri Whattenbarger, Normetta Womack, Tami Farris. 



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1979 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Managers Veronica Jones, Joyce Brown. Second Row: Mary Lou Zuniga, Jennie 
Redwine, Tanya Crumbie, Beth Wilkerson, Regina Woodford, Eltina Scott, Dee Dee Stiles, Cathy Stiles. Third 
Row: Vicki Brooks, Terri Hazzard, Stacie McCarty, Shannon Richardson, Ruthie Shriver, Diana Stewart,Tina Van- 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLI NO. 10 



1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 




Robie Harper, Jr. Fairce O. Woods 



Coach Robie Harper, Jr., of Drakesboro High 
School and Principal Fairce 0. Woods of Fleming 
County High School will represent Sections 2 and 5 
respectively on the Board of Control for a four year 
period beginning July 1, 1979. 

Robie Harper, Jr., is a graduate of Hughes-Kirk 
Higli School and Kentucky Wesleyan College. 

Mr. Harper has been a teacher and coach in the 
Muhlenberg County School System for the past 16 
years. His basketball teams have averaged over 20 wins 
a season in his eleven years as coach. His 1978 team 
was 27-0 before losing in the regional finals. 

At the present time Coach Harper is President of 
the Muhlenberg County Coal Conference Association. 
He has been a basketball official for twenty years 
having officiated in the State Basketball Tournament. 

Mr. Harper is an Elder in the Bethlehem Presby- 
terian Church, Beechmont. He is marrried to the former 
Glenda Peveler of Bremen and they have one son, Eric. 

The election of Coach Harper will represent the 
first time in recent years that an active coach has 
served on the Kentucky High School Athletic Associ- 
ation Board of Control. 

Fairce O. Woods was born in Floyd County, at- 
tended Garrett High School and earned an A.B. De- 
gree at Kentucky Wesleyan College. In his senior year, 
1949, he was chosen Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities and received Honorable mention on 
the All American Basketball team. After graduation 
he accepted a job teaching and coaching at Deming 
High School in Mt. Olivet for two years. After two 
years, 1952-54, in the service, he assumed the same 
position at Breathitt High School where he remained 
until 1967. 

After receiving an M.A. Degree at Morehead State 
University in 1960, Mr. Woods served as Principal of 
Powell County High School from 1967 to 1971 be- 
fore moving to his present position at Flemingsburg. 
In 1974 he received a Rank I certificate in Education 
from Eastern Kentucky University. He has served as 
teacher, coach and principal for thirty years. 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. office on 
Friday, April 20, 1979. The meeting was called to 
order by President Jack Burkich at 9:00 A.M. with all 
Board members; Commissioner Tom Mills and Assist- 
ant Commissioners Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present (J. D. Minnehan had to leave the meeting 
early because of an emergency). Conley Manning was 
present representing the State Department of Edu- 
cation. The invocation was given by Conley Manning. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger, that the minutes of the March meeting be ap- 
proved. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Burkich introduced Coach Corky Miller, 
Fairdale Higli School, the 1979-80 President of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association. Mr. MUler 
spoke to the Board about the Coaches' Association 
sponsoring the Kentucky East-West All-Star games in 
Louisville on June 8-9. He also explained that the 
Coaches Association is sponsoring an all-sports clinic 
on June 7-10, 1979, and extended an invitation to all 
coaches to attend this clinic. He explained to the 
Board that with the Coaches' Association help, the 
injury insurance has increased from $10,000 to $75,- 
000 during the past three years and it is the desire of 
the Coaches .Association that this be further increased 
to a total of $100,000 for the 1979-80 school year. 

After a lengthy discussion Norman Passmore made 
a motion to change Basketball Tournament Rule VI-3 
to read: "Upon written request of the principal of 
a participating school, the District Tournament Man- 
ager shall pay membership fees for a maximum of two 
coaches to the Secretary of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association from gross receipts of the Boys' 
District Tournament. The request must be received by 
the District Tournament Manager prior to March 1. 

Upon written request of the principal of a partici- 
pating school, the District Tournament Manager shall 
pay membership fees for a maximum of two coaches 
to the Secretary of the Girls' Coaches Association 
from the gross receipts of the Girls' District Tourna- 
ment. The request must be received by the District 
Tournament Manager prior to March 1 ." The motion 
was seconded by Glendon Ravenscraft and it passed 
unanimously. 

Vice-Chairman Barney Tliweatt reported that the 
Sports Committee met at the Springs Motel, April 19, 
at 8:00 P.M. On the recommendation of this Com- 
mittee Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Joseph 
McPherson, that Soccer remain a Spring sport for the 
1979-80 school year as previously designated by the 
Board of Control, and that a survey again be con- 
ducted by the Commissioner during the 1979-80 
school year to determine the season for future years. 
(Continued on Page Five) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1979 



VOL. XLI-NO. 10 



MAY, 1979 



GAME GUY AWARD 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor.- TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Vice-Pres Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Directors . . . Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Joseph McPher- 
son (1976-1980), Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), 
LaGrange; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington, D. J. 
Ramsey (1978-1982), Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1975- 
1979), Alexandria; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscriplion Rale Sl.OO per year 

C^om Me ^ommeMco/ze/' 4 (^Ja(ece 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP RESULTS 

For the second time in a row Greenup County 
High School has won the team and individual State 
Rifle Marksmanship Championship on April 7, 1979. 
The team score was 1410 with Barry Duncan taking 
individual honors with a score of 290. 

Nine teams competed in the tournament which 
was held at Jefferson town High School. Team scores 
are as follows: 

Greenup County (1410)-Duncan 290, Lewis 269, 
Burke 281 , Poe 284, Holbrook 286 

Thomas Jefferson (1379)-Fitch 276, Rath 278, 
McWiUiams 268, Bradley 277, Thompson 280 

Fern Creek (1376)-Jones 272, Nief 277, Stomski 
271, Thomas 273, Zeller 283 

Jeffersontown (1371)-Hunt 276, Schroering 282, 
Graham 275, Luhrsen 269, Hunt 269 

Owensboro (1276)-Carlisle 275, DeHaven 275, 
Ashley 252, Quesinberry 234, Clark 240 

Fort Knox (1272)-Egan 262, Johnson 240, Boals 
249, Perez 258, Carr 263 

Bourbon County (1 166)-Hash 237, Ormes, D. 207, 
Stevens 242, Bills 230, Ormes, M. 250. 

Valley (1140)-Holsinger 249, Hafling 235, Jarred 
21 l,Hottois 204, Brock 241 

Male (1130)-Ratterman 245, Cooper 220, Welch 
225, Rogers 239, Stacy 201 

ATTENTION! 

The Kentucky High School Coaches Association is 
accepting applications for the position of Executive 
Secretary- Treasurer. Joe Ohr, who has held this po- 
sition for the past twenty-five years, is resigning 
effective April 1, 1980. 

Send applications to Garland "Corky" Miller, Shep- 
herdsville, Kentucky 40165. Applications will be ac- 
cepted until November 1, 1979. 




Todd Yates 

The Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded to the 
one athlete in the State of Kentucky who has over- 
come a physical handicap and participated in high 
school athletics. Todd Yates was the unanimous choice 
of the K.H.S.A.A. for the 1979 Award. 

Todd is presently a senior at Highlands High 
School, where he is involved athletically in numerous 
activities. 

Todd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yates 
who live at 134 Mayo Avenue in Fort Thomas. Alice, 
his mother, gave birth to Todd two montsh pre- 
maturely. He was born with cerebral palsy which has 
adversely affected the coordination in his legs. Yet, 
he has participated in all physical education classes 
and rides his special bicycle all over the community 
without being inhibited. He has served as a student 
manager in both basketball and football since the 
eiglith grade. Often times he is seen lending encourage- 
ment to the team on the sideline in football as well as 
basketball. "Skates," as he is known by the students, 
carries a C+ scholastic average and is admired by all. 



NATIONAL FEDERATION OFFICE 
Set for Move 

The new headquarters for the National Federation 
of State High School Associations at Kansas City, 
Missouri, are being completed aliead of the May 1 
deadline. 

Thus, the National Federation will be moving to 
its new location the last week in April. Upon making 
the move, the National Federation will bring with it 
nine administrators, employ a support staff that 
number and install enough equipment to give right to 
the National Federation's claim that it has the world's 
most prolific athletic printing operation. 

The new mailing address will be P. 0. Box 20626, 
Kansas City, Missouri 64195. The street address will 
be 11 724 Circle Plaza. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1979 



Page Three 



TED SANFORD AWARD 



J. R. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Dirk Minniefield 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, 
former Commissioner of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal and Times 
inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award to be given 
annually to a player in the K.H.S. Boys' State Basket- 
ball Tournament who excels in four areas: basketball 
ability, academic accomplishments, sportsmanship 
and citizenship. This year a committee composed of 
school personnel from throughout the state selected 
Dirk Minniefield, Lafayette High School, Lexington. 




Beth Wilkerson 

The J. B. Mansfield Award for girls was won by 
Beth Wilkerson, Paris High School, Paris, Kentucky. 
The annual award inaugurated by the Courier-Journal 
and Times is presented to the player in the K.H.S. 
Girls State Basketball Tournament who excels in four 
areas: basketball ability, academic accomplishments, 
sportsmanship and citizenship. The selection was 
made by a committee of school personnel from 
throughout the state. 



MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING 

The sixty-second annual meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Delegate Assembly 
was held at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, 
on Friday afternoon, April 20, 1979. The invocation 
was given by 

President Jack Burkich called the meeting to order 
at 2:00 P.M. and asked Commissioner Tom Mills to 
call the roll. Fifty-five elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1978-79 school 
year. Roy Weatherly moved, seconded by Buddy 
Nichols, that the report be accepted. The motion 
carried. (The Commissioner's report is printed else- 
where in this issue of the ATHLETE.) 

President Burkick stated that presentation of pro- 
posals was the next order of business. 

Jude Tabott moved, seconded by Richard Hughes, 
that Proposal I be tabled. PROPOSAL I reads as fol- 
lows: The principals of the Big Eight Conference pro- 
pose that the following sentence be added to By-Law 
42. "Beginning with the 1980 season no member 
school shall play more than ten regular season foot- 
ball games." The motion carried. 

James Pursifull moved, seconded by Roy Reasor, 
that Proposal II be tabled. PROPOSAL II reads as 
follows: The principals of the Big Eight Conference 
propose that By-Law 21 be amended to read as fol- 
lows: "A school maintaining a football team shall 



not play more than twenty-two basketball games dur- 
ing the season, and a school which does not maintain 
a football team shall not play more than twenty-eight 
games during the season." The motion carried. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by James Pursiful, 
that Proposal III be tabled. PROPOSAL III reads as 
follows: The principals of the Big Eight Conference 
propose that the following sentence be added to By- 
Law 21. "Beginning with the 1980-81 basketball 
season no football playing school shall be allowed to 
play a basketball game until the football playoffs have 
been completed in their football division." The motion 
carried. 

Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by Joseph Mc- 
Pherson, that PROPOSAL IV be adopted. PROPOSAL 
IV reads as follows: The Board of Control of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association proposes that 
Article VII be amended to read as follows: "Each 
member school shall pay to the Commissioner on or 
before September 1 an annual membership fee. The 
amount of the fee shall be determined by the Board 
of Control. Although the official year of the Associ- 
ation begins on July 1 and ends on June 30, member 
schools are given a grace period of two months within 
which to pay. Schools failing to pay their dues by 
September 1 are dropped from membership and are 
not allowed to participate in games with K.H.S. A. A. 
member schools until they are reinstated by the Com- 
missioner." The motion carried. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Jack Burkich. 



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Page Five 



BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL - SEML FINALIST 
1979 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Beth Mueninghoff, Mary Hornback, Stephanie Edwards, Jackie Jacobs, Robin 
Thompson, Rosalind Smith. Second Row: Barbara Epperson, Diane Johnson, Janet McNew, Patricia Johnson, 
Robin Rhodes, Rhonda Penter, Deldea Hickman. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

(Continued from Page One) 

In the meantime, the principals, athletic directors 
and coaches are encouraged to work together to de- 
cide on the season for Soccer that would fit into the 
school athletic program and offer the best opportunity 
for the participating students. Joseph McPherson 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that Soccer be added to those sports not 
subject to the provisions of By-Law 8, Contestant on 
Another Team. Tlie motion passed unanimously. 

Attorney Stokes Harris, Jr. and Mr. Whitney Page 
appeared before the Board to appeal the decision of 
the Commissioner regarding his interpretation of By- 
Law 5, Section 5, Enrollment Elsewhere, as presented 
to Fayette County Athletic Director, Andy Hopkins. 
Attorney Phil Scott was present representing the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association. 

Testimony at the hearing was provided by Richard 
Page, Jr., father of Whitney Page and Lee T. Mills, 
Commissioner of the Association. The three petitioners 
are not enrolled in the Fayette County School System 
nor do they attend a school which is a member of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. The pe- 
titioners, Beckwith Archer and Whitney Page are en- 
rolled in the Lexington School, a private school lo- 
cated in Fayette County, Kentucky and the petitioner 
Brooks Simmons is a student at Christ the King, a 
Lexington Catholic parochial elementary school. Each 
of the participants is a tennis player and in particular, 
the Archer girl and Page boy have previously partici- 
pated on Henry Clay High School's tennis team. They 
desire to participate again this spring on the Henry 
Clay High School tennis team. 



The petitioners were advised by various coaches 
that the athletic director, Mr. Hopkins of the Fayette 
County School System, had informed the respective 
coaches that because students were enrolled in private 
or parochial elementary schools, they would not be 
allowed to participate on the Henry Clay tennis team. 

The petitioners appealed Mr. Hopkins' ruling to 
commissioner Tom Mills of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. Commissioner Mills ruled the 
petitioners ineligible to participate on Henry Clay 
High School's tennis team and cited as the basis of 
his ruling Bylaw 5 §5 which provides that, "no stu- 
dent who is enrolled or connected with any other 
school other than the one he represents shall take 
part in any contest." The commissioner further stated 
in his ruling that "students that are not enrolled in 
the Fayette County public schools are not eligible to 
participate for a Fayette County public high school 
who is a member of the KHSAA even though they 
may reside in that public school district." 

Mr. Mills testified that as commissioner, Bylaw 5 
§5 has consistently been interpreted in the manner 
in which the facts of this case were interpreted and 
the rule applied. The commissioner further testified 
that the reason for the interpretation was that the 
parents of each student residing in Fayette County 
have a choice to send their child to a public school 
and thus have that child avail himself of the curriculum 
and program offered by that system or in the alterna- 
tive, to enroll that child in a private or parochial 
school system and have the child avail himself of the 
opportunities offered within that system. If the child 
were allowed to enroll in one system and yet take 
part in the activities offered by the other system, con- 
siderable administrative difficulties could and would 
probably arise. In the particular instance before the 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1979 



Board, the high school at which the petitioners desire 
to participate does not have any control over the 
children from the private school nor does the private 
school have control over these children when they 
leave that school to participate in athletic contests on 
behalf of the public high school. 

The commissioner of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association is directed to interpret the by- 
laws and tournament rules of the Association and it 
has been his consistent interpretation that private or 
parochial school children, such as the petitioners, are 
not eligible to participate on behalf of a public high 
school. 

A motion was duly made and seconded to sustain 
the ruling of the commissioner for the reasons he pre- 
sented, as enumerated hereinabove, and upon a call 
for the question the motion was adopted unanimously. 

The foregoing motion, passed unanimously by the 
Board of Control, adopted as its findings and con- 
clusions the reasons stated by Commissioner Mills in 
his testimony and thus denied the petitioners 's appeal. 

Donna Wolfe, of the Kentucky Girls' Sports Assoc- 
iation, appeared before the Board to discuss some of 
the problems that the Girls' Sports Association mem- 
bers have discussed at their meetings. She gave the 
Board a report on the success of the State Volleyball 
Tournament that their organization sponsored in 
1978. Other items she presented to the Board for 
discussion was a better distribution of passes for the 
coaches at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament, 
preference in keeping the Girls' Sports Association 
for women coaches and the method of selecting 
officials for the Girls' State Basketball Tournament. 

Mr. Mills gave a report on the volleyball survey 
that had been sent to the principals of member 
schools. He reported that 198 principals returned the 
survey forms. Seventy-two schools indicated they 
would sponsor a girls' team in 1979-80, 22 schools 
indicated they would sponsor a boys' team and 126 
schools indicated that they would not sponsor a team 
for either boys or girls. Mr. Mills recommended that 
this information he presented to the Sports Committee 
for consideration and that a decision be made very 
soon to permit the schools to proceed with their 
plans to have a volleyball team should the Board vote 
to sanction volleyball as a fall sport during the 1979- 
80 school year. 

Assistant Commissioner BiOy Wise reported the 
attendance at the Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
at approximately 104,000 as compared to 84,000 in 
1978. The gross receipts from the boys' tournament 
was approximately $439,658.00 with expenses of 
$107,426.50. 

The Girls' State Basketball Tournament had an 
attendance of 28,753 and gross receipts of approxi- 
mately $1 13,064.00 with expenditures of $61,125.55. 
A complete audit of both the boys and girls tourna- 
ments will appear in the August issue of the ATHLETE. 

Upon a motion by Glendon Ravenscraft, seconded 
by Norman Passmore, the Board voted unanimously 
for Eastern Kentucky Univeristy, Richmond, Ken- 
tucky, to host the 1980 Girls' State BasketbaU Tourn- 
ament. 



After a lengthy discussion on the location of the 
1981 Boys' State Basketball Tournament, Zeb Blank- 
enship made the motion, seconded by Norman Pass- 
more, that the 1981 Boys' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment be held in Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky. 
The motion carried by a vote of 5^. 

Mr. Mills presented requests from Principals of 
Anderson County High School and Spencer County 
Higli School that their schools be permitted to change 
from Basketball District 29 to District 30. Following 
a discussion of these requests, Barney Thweatt moved, 
seconded by Joseph McPherson, that Mr. Mills and 
J. D. Minnehan be instructed to consider these re- 
quests and report their recommendations to the 
Board at the next meeting. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Jack Burkich and Barney Thweatt were named 
delegate and alternate, respectively, to the forth- 
coming annual meeting of the National Federation. 

Mr. Mills reported to the Board that the survey on 
classification in basketball, as requested by the Basket- 
ball Committee, is now being conducted. The results 
will be reported at the next meeting of the Board. 

Billy Wise explained to the Board that he is 
presently conducting a poll among member schools 
concerning the assignment of district and regional 
basketball officials. He will report the results to the 
members at the next meeting. 

The date for the next meeting of the Board was 
scheduled for Friday, July 27, 1979, 10:00 A.M., at 
Kenlake State Park, Aurora, Kentucky. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- 
ship, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning March 1,1979, and ending March 31 , 1979, 
be allowed. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

1978 79 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred fifteen schools joined the Associ- 
ation for the 1978-79 school year. Twelve of these 
schools enroll girls only and ten have only boys. In 
1977-78, there were 313 schools, in 1976-77 there 
were 312, in 1975-76 there were 313. 

There were 205 schools involved in football. The 
Classes A, AA and AAA championship games were 
played at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, 
and Class AAAA was played at the Fairgrounds, Louis- 
ville. Attendance was approximately 12,340 and gross 
receipts were $45,012.60. Expenses involved in con- 
ducting the state football playoffs were $25,787.38. 
Interest and attendance at the regional and semi-final 
games continued to increase resulting in greater rev- 
enue for the schools involved. 

In Cross County 152 boys' teams entered twenty- 
two regional meets. One hundred and eight girls" teams 
entered all three Classes in sixteen regions. The ex- 
penses incurred in sponsoring this sport were $8,151.13 
and the receipts were $1,650.00. The Class AAA Meet 
was held at Shawnee Park, Louisville, and the Classes 

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Page Seven 



GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1979 STATE RIFLE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Barry Duncan (Individual champion), Tom Poe, Jeff Lewis, Tom Floyd, Fred Dowdell, James Collier, David 
Burke, Greg Holbrook, Coach Charles MuUins. 



COACHES AND ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 
3RD ANNUAL CONVENTION AND COACHING CLINIC FOR ALL SPORTS 

JUNE 7, 8, 9, 10, 1979 - GALT HOUSE 

JUNE 7 — Belle of Louisville Cruise and Dance 

JUNE 8 — Clinics for all sports — Boy and Girl All-Star Basketball Games 

JUNE 9 - Clinics for all sports — All-Star Football Game 

JUNE 10 — Closing Sessions 

REGISTRATION FEE - $25.00 Advance; $30.00 Late* 

*!ncludes 2 reserved seats to both the basketball and football and basketball All-Star Games, 1 breakfast, 3 
luncheons. Belle cruise and attendance at all clinics. 



I 1979 EAST-WEST ALL-STAR GAMES 

Basketball: Girls 7 P.M.. June 8, Boys 9 P.M. June 8 

I Freedom Hall 

Football: June 9, 8 P.M. — Fairgrounds Stadium 

' Pteme 



Address. 



I CITY STATE. 

I iMid check or money order to: 
■ East-West All-Star Games 
I c/o Paul Young, Game Director 
I 2809 Winchester Arces Rd. 
' Louisville, Kentucky 40223 



BASKETBALL GAMES 

number of tickets 
Reserved Arena Seats - @ $5.00 $. 
General Admission - @ $3.00 $_ 
Students - @ $2.00 $_ 

FOOTBALL GAME 

Reserved Arena Seats — @ $5.00 

General Admission - @ $3.00 

Students - @ $2.00 



Postage & Handling 
Total 

Send orders at once — Tickets on a first come, first served basis 



.50^ 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
(Continued from Page Six) 

AA and A were held in Lexington at the Kentucky 
Horse Park. 

The Wrestling program is going forward at a rapid 
pace. There were sixty-three schools in the eight reg- 
ions with the winner and runner-up in each weight 
class advancing to the finals. The championship tourn- 
ament was held at Atherton High School. The re- 
ceipts and expenditures will be listed in the audit re- 
port in the August "ATHLETE." 

In Swimming, forty-eight girls' teams and forty- 
nine boys' teams competed for the championships. 
The meets were held at Plantation Swim Club, Louis- 
ville, on February 23-24. The receipts were $578.76 
and the expenses were $6,330.72. 

There were thirteen schools with boys' Gymnastics 
teams and twenty-two with girls. There were two 
girls' regional meets held at Tates Creek High School 
and Southern High School, but there was not suffici- 
ent number of boys' teams to justify a regional. The 
state meets were at Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond on February 17. The receipts were $212.- 
50 and the expenses were $2,285.81 . 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' 
and girls' district basketball tournaments were $457,- 
31 1 .90 while the regional tournaments took in $371 ,- 
144.80 for a total of $828,456.70. Attendance at the 
Boys' State Tournament was approximately 103,993 
as compared to 84,000 for last year. The gross re- 
ceipts this year for the tournament is estimated at 
$439,648.00, with expensitures approximately $107,- 
426.50. A complete audit will appear in the August 
issue of the "ATHLETE." 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment was 28,753. The gross receipts amounted to 
$1 13,064.00 with expenditures of approximately $61 , - 
125.55. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

There were thirteen co-ed teams competing in the 
State Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. Ex- 
penses incurred were $377.80. 

Approximately thirteen teams competed in the 
State Fencing Meet on April 7, 1979, at Atherton 
High School, Louisville. 

In the other sports that are to follow 280 base- 
ball teams will compete in fifty-nine districts and 
sixteen regions; 219 girls' and 223 boys' track teams 
will compete in twenty regions each; 136 girls' golf 
teams and 201 boys' teams will play in nineteen 
regions; 170 girls' tennis teams and 171 boys' teams 
will play in ten regions. State Championship meets 
will be held in baseball at Owensboro; the Class AAA 
track in Louisville and the Class A and AA at the 
University of Kentucky, Lexington; the girls: golf at 
Spring Lake Country Club, Lexington; the boys' golf 
at the Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox; the tennis 
at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. 

Registering with the officials' Division of the 
Association were 1,479 basketball officials, 740 foot- 
ball, 570 baseball at the present time and 70 wrestling. 
Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise conducted 
twelve clinics in football and fifteen in basketball for 



officials and coaches. Assistant Commissioner Louis 
Stout conducted twelve clinics for baseball umpires 
and coaches. Out of 477 football officials that took 
the National Federation examination for advanced 
ratings, 123 became approved and 194 are certified. 
In basketball out of the 618 that took the test, 212 
became approved and 86 are certified. One hundred 
eleven took the baseball test, 51 became approved 
and 6 are certified. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners 
and I are grateful for the cooperation the superin- 
tendents, principals, athletic directors and coaches 
have given us in running the program for the Associ- 
ation. 



1978 79 CERTIFIED AND 
APPROVED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

A number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 

qualified for the advanced rating of Certified and 
Approved as a result of the National Federation Base- 
ball Examination which was given on March 26, 1979: 

CERTIFIED 

Ashley, Kenneth Joseph, Charles S. 

Austin, Dwight Lea Keeling, Reuben 

Bell, Ronald K. Kimmel, Jerry 

Bertsch, Ron King, James A. 

Brown, James W. Kluepfel, Joseph C. 

Burdette, Wally M. Kouns, Robert H. 

Burkeen, Phillip C. Lamar, Huston 0. 

Butcher, David Newsome Lynch, Lester R. 

Butcher, Stephen D. McMurtrey, Tom 

Cooper, Willie V. Markham, Stan P. 

Crager, Bobby F. Marlette, Ronald L. 

Daniel, Roger T. Meyers, John F. 

Davis, Jay W. Mooneyhan, James H. 

Dill, J. Roger Moore, Phillip H. 

Divine, Wayne L. Morgan, Richard 

Duerson, W. R. Mulligan, James T. 

Dwyer, James E. Jr. Nash, Richard C. 

Dwyer, Robert H. Norwood, Thomas R. 

East, William L. Raines, J. W. 

Edmondson, Johnny B. Reif, Harry F. 
Estes, Walter Rogers, Eldridge 

Foust, Ray Jr. Sackett, Eugene W. 

Frankel, Louis S. Sandusky, Jerry 

Gillaspie, Robert Sherman, Inman J. Jr. 

Gilmore, Donald Shipp, David E. 

Green, Donald P. Strain, Richard P. 

Hamilton, Paul R. Stull, Ben C. 

Henderson, Charles A. Tyre, Donald C. 

Henson, Don R. Urlage, Richard 

Herrick, Calvin P. Jr. Vandermale, John 

Higgins, James P. Sr. Walker, Joe D. 

Hilpp, Louis E. Washer, Jamie D. 

Hopson, James E. Winfrey, Shelby 

Hudson, Mark D. Wingfield, Felix G. 

Hunter, Harold J. Woodward, J. W. 
Hurt, Thomas C. Zirnheld, Leonard 

Ives, Rick D. 



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APPROVED 



Adams, Jerry D. 
Aldridge, Vern L. 
Almand, David F. 
Arflin, Tracy T. II 
Asher, Jacob 
Atwood, Terry M. 
Baker, William A. 
Barnard, Phillip E. 
Barnard, Rodney E. 
Bartiey, David James 
Blair, Jeff 
Brown, Barry 
Burgess, Blair D. 
Camic, David 
Carlton, Robert W. 
Chatoney, Jack W. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Cull, Robert E. 
Davis, Ralph W. 
Eubanks, William M. 
Finch, Steven A. 
Fraley, Charlie L. 
Froedge, Mark Wayne 
Gardner, Bobby L. 
Goodnight, Hershel 
Gregory, Lewis E. 
Gregory, Wayne 
Haines, Michael 
Hill, Christopher D. 
Hines, Michael L. 
Holt, Larry K. 
Hughes, William A. 
Hunt, Thomas David 
Jenkins, Burney R. 
League, Jack B. 



Lewis, Joseph C. 
Mahanna, John 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Meadors, William J. 
Miles, Charles M. 
Moore, Ronald G. 
Morgan, Charles 
Mosley, David 
Moss, Walter W. 
Mullins, Jeff 
Nahm, Cliff 
Pickett, Kenneth H. 
Polivick, David T. 
Rahn, Gordon 
Roof, David H. 
Sawyers, Randall 
Sawyers, Willie G. 
Smith, Joe W. 
Snell, Johnny 
Stiles, George A. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Straus, William 
Swart, James D. 
Taylor, Gary M. 
Terry, John D. 
Tesar, Juliann 
Thompson, Samuel E. 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Vanover, Larry W. 
Wade, Charles 0. 
Walker, Danny 
Welsh, Greg 
Williams, James A. 
Wood, Gwin L. 
Wood, Paul D. 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records the following baseball 
officials have not attended the mandatory KHSAA 
officials' clinic as required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3, and 
will not be permitted to officiate until they have at- 
tended a makeup clinic: 



Adams, Mark 
Adams, Ronald 
Akins, Gary Wade 
Amis, Yancy 
Anderson, Richard T. 
Angel, Ronald Jody 
Austin, Charles 
Avard, Ralph E. 
Banta, Ronald C. 
Basil, Charles M. 
Bates, James Ralph 
Bozarth, Robert D. 
Brockman, James P. 
Brothers, Vernon 
Brown, John W. 
Browning, Charles 
Bryant, Jimmy W, 



Burgess, Richard N. 
Cambron, John L. 
Carroll, Johnny 
Castle, Clarence C. 
Catron, Ken 
Centers, Mike R. 
Cheek, Alan B. 
Clark, James Russell 
Collier, Doug 
Colon, William Jeffrey 
Compton, Dana Ryan 
Cornett,KarlW. 
Cossey, Larry E. 
Curnutte, Billy Jr. 
Day, Douglas B. 
Dayer, Susan J. 
Denham, Howard Kevin 



Dickerson, William B. 
Dooley, Terry L. 
Dotson, Rickey J. 
Dozier, Dennis M. 
Duke, Donald T. 
Ebel, Jack 
Ellis, Jeff 
Evans, Danny L. 
Evans, Lewis 
Feltrop, Bill 
Flatt, David 
Flaugher, Jeffery L. 
Foust, Dennis Ray 
Fox, Randy 
Frymire, L. H. 
Fulkerson, Tom 
Gibbons, Michael L. 
Gibson, Gary F. 
Gillenwater, Henry 
Goad, Dale B. 
Goins, Stephen B. 
Goldsberry, Robert G. 
Goodlett, Ronald Lee 
Gosman, Carroll E. 
Grimes, Robert W. 
Hamm, Ritchie 
Hardin, Don G. 
Harmon, Barry 
Harmon, Verlin L. 
Hay den, Tony 
Herren, Thomas K. 
Hobbs.C. V. Jr. 
Hudson, Kirk 
Huitt, Kathy A. 
Hurn, Jeff 
Ishmael, Lloyd 
Jamerson, Wilbur R. 
Johnson, Kenneth W. 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Jones, Stephen B. 
Kelley,JackW. Jr. 
Keltner, Wayne 
Kemplin, Frank 
Kersey, Warren D. 
Kirkland, Wade 
Klump, William R. 
Kovach, Stephen G. 
Leasure, Jack 
Litton, Neil 



Logan, C. R. 
Lucas, Jeff 
Luttrell, Gurney C. 
McClure, Jerry T. 
McDannold, Troy 
McNeil, Robert W. 
Marshall, Barry J. 
Matusiak, Marty 
Mills, Lawrence G. 
Moberly, Harold F. 
Murphy, Tom 
Nantz, Joseph T. 
Oakes, Jim 
Omohundro, Daniel 
Patton, Steven E. 
Perry, Eddie 
Pierson, Oscar Jr. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Ponchot, Joseph C. 
Rail, Edward W. 
Ramey, Gary 
Rice, Dennis C. 
Rouse, Thomas Leonard 
Rutledge, Robert A. 
Shaw, Earl 
Shelton, James S. 
Shipp, Kevin K. 
Simon, Gary L. 
Smallwood, Taimadge 
Soper, Clyde B. 
Sorrell, Charles W. 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Spratling, Obie L. 
Stephens, Charles M. 
Stethen, James E. 
Story, Marshall A. 
Strader, James Kevin 
Tarry, W. R. "Bud" 
Taylor, Jerry D. 
Thomas, Jeffrey B. 
Tipton, Jim 
Toone, Steven B. 
Tucker, Jerome B. 
Vance, G. Scott 
Vicini, Peter Frank 
Welch, Charles 
Westcott, JoH. 
Wilson, Michael C. 
Young, Jackie Allen 



MAJOR FOOTBALL RULES REVISIONS 
FOR 1979 SEASON 

1-5-2 The home team shall wear its dark color 
(jersey) and the visiting team its light color. 

1-5-3-d Specifies the types of shoes that are illegal. 

2-30-6 The spot of the foul for nbn-player fouls that 
occur out-of-bounds is now the same as for 
player fouls. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1979 



3-2-1 During the coin toss ceremony, all team 
personnel on the playing field, other than 
the team captains (limit 2 per team), shall 
be restricted to their respective team box 
areas. 

3-3-3 All personal as well as unsportsmanlike fouls 
following the last down of either half will 
be penalized. 

3-3-4-e The quarter may be extended if there was a 
deliberate foul by the kicking team, and 
the penalty is not declined. 

3^-2 The clock will start on the snap following 
any delay of game penalty. 

3-5-3 Charged time-outs may be reduced in length 
only if both teams are ready to play prior 
to the 25-second ready-for-play signal. 

4-2-2-d Permits the try or field goal to score, even 
though touched in the end zone, if the ball 
goes through the goal above the crossbar. 

7-2-1-b Revised to provide a penalty for wearing 
identical numbers. 

9-7-1 PENALTY: A second unsportsmanlike foul 
by the same member of the coaching staff will 
cause that coach to be ejected from the 
stadium area. 

10-5-3 Provides for all live ball fouls by the defense 
committed during a scoring down will be 
penalized on the succeeding kick-off. 

OFFICIALS SIGNALS: When failure to wear required 
equipment is detected prior to the ball becoming 
alive (3-6-2(d) a 5 yard penalty) official will use 
signal 24 (dead ball foul) followed by Signal 1 1 . When 
required equipment is discovered missing during the 
down (9-3-2(f) a 15 yard penalty) official will use 
signal 6 (personal foul) followed by signal 1 1 . 

POINTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS include: 

1. NOCSAE requirements begin in 1980. 

2. Other player equipment requirements. 

3. Keeping playing field free of obstructions. 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF REGISTERED 
BASEBALL OFFICIALS - 1978 79 

If only one telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers 
are given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Abell, Richard, 323 A St. Price Rd., Lexington 40505, 

254-2945, 255-5909 
Adams, Benny, Buckhorn 41721, 398-7307 
Adams, David, Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 666-9297, 

642-3413 
Adams, George David, Box 35, Isom 41824, 633-5457, 

Adams, Mark, Rt. 1, Greenville 42345, 338-3451, 338-5500 
Adams, Jerry D., 2289-B Alexandria Dr., Lexington 40504, 

276-1728 
Adams, William R., Box 35, Isom 41824,633-9697,633-7787 
Aitken, Kenneth P., Box 795, Owingsville 40360, 674-6897, 

674-6416 
Akins, Gary Wade, Box 80 Julip Route, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-5921, 625-2659 



Allen, Phillip, 2844 Bexley Ct., Louisville 40206, 897-9207 
Anderson, Richard T., 1019 Delia Dr., Lexington 40504, 

277-3610 
Angel, Ronald Jody, 1980 Kingtree Dr., Lexington 40505, 

299-5389 
Arlinghaus, Bob, Box 35-D Jones Road, Walton 41094, 356- 

2828, 342-6400 
Arnold, Jim, 7782 Stillwell Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45237, 

761-2034, 561-4225 
Austin, Charles, Drakesboro 42 337, 476-8002 
Austin, Dwight Lea, 1220 Herrington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-0353, 842-2444 
Back, Philip D., 505 Lynch St., Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-8462, 797-2991 
Bailey. William H., 1404 Arlington Dr., Richmond 40475, 

623-2200, 622-2251 
Baldwin, Robert M., Richmond Village, Paintsville 41240, 

789-6888 
Banks, Ed, Letcher 41832, 633-0570 
Banta, Ronald C, 521 Collier Court, Lexington 40505, 

293-0985, 232-2826 
Basil, Charles M., 1506 Sportsman Dr., Jeffersonville, IN 

47130, 282-8733 
Beach, Frankie L., Rt. 2, Box 45, Franklin 42134, 586-3431, 

586-4451 
Beavers, Daniel F., 514 South Harrison St., Princeton 42445, 

365-9886, 365-9566 
Beirne, R. Michael, 6407 Edwood Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45224, 

542-1732, 851-7300 
Bemiss, Eugene, Rt. 3 South Shores, Shelbyville 40065, 

633-3295, 633-1625 
Bogar, Joseph D., Box 37, Hardy 41531, 35 3-9540,35 3-7760 
Bottom, Ronnie P., Rt. 1, Elmburg, Pleasureville 40057, 

461-7596, 633-4869 
Breeden, Alan, 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville 40214, 363-0459 
Brockman, James P., Rt. 1, Box 527, Morehead 40351, 

784-9859 
Brown, John W., 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40S0S 
Brown, Roger Glenn, 504 Lexington Ave., Vanceburg 41 179, 

796-2071 
Brummett, Michael W., General Delivery, Tateville 42558, 

561-4656 
Bryant, Jimmy W., 4916 Determine, Louisville 40216, 448- 

4153, 363-2332 
Bundy, Gerald W., Box 151, Artemus 40903, 546-6039, 

546-3441 
Burkeen, Phillip C, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182 
Burnett, Jesse L., Rt. 1, Gracey 42232, 235-5995, 886-0141 
Callihan, Jeffrey D. O., 217 Riverside Dr., Russell 41169, 

836-1854 
Camacho, Marcus, Rt. 1, Glencoe 41045, 643-5601, 567-5 761 
Castle, Clarence C.,Rt. 1, Louisa 41 230 ,673-391 1,686-2415 
Centers, Mike R., 100 Gormley Dr., Apt. P., Versailles 40383, 

873-6312 
Cheek, Alan B., 3114 Radiance Road, Louisville 40220, 

458-1494 
Chesser, James E., 5005 S. 2nd St., Apt. 1, Louisville 40214, 

361-5318 
Coleman, Clarence R., 1308 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222, 

426-5288, 368-2537 
Clark, James Russell, 2924 Daviess St., Owensboro 42301, 

685-1782, 229-4965 
Collier, Doug, 1067 N. Tolliver Rd., Morehead 40351, 784- 

6883, 783-2149 
Colon, William Jeffrey, 404 Sylvan Terrace, Hopkinsville 

42240, 886-4352, 885-1201 
Cook, David E., Box 286, Princeton 42445, 365-5515, 365- 

5516 
Cook, Roger D., Rt. 2, Box 60, Campbellsville 42718, 465- 

6556,464-8774 
Coomer, Ralph D., St. Helen's 41368, 464-3646, 464-2416 
Cope, Nathan, Rt. 2, Booneville 41314, 593-6148 
Cossey, Larry E., Box 724, Cadiz 42211, 522-3739, 924- 

5602, Ext. 272 
Cox, Charlie, Rt. 2, Box 10, Washington St., Campton 41301, 

668-3872, 668-3402 
Crager, Bobby F., 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41 139, 

836-6069, 836-8186 
Creekmore, Milford B., Box 368, Pine Knot 42635, 354- 

2846, 376-8585 
Critz, George A., 207 Frazier Ave., Columbia 42778, 384^340, 

384-3518 
Cundiff, Richard, 100 Country Club Dr., Somerset 42501, 

678-5601, 678-5279 
Cunningham, Robert L., Box 576, Stanton 40380, 663- 

2674, 886-91 16 
Curnutte. Billy Jr., Box 95, Auxier 41602, 886-8428, 886- 
8511 



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Curnutte, Mike, 122 Hillview, Grennsburg 42743, 932-5047, Harmon, Barry, 3140 Clifford Ave., Covington 41015, 261- 

748-5395 5489,421-5511 

Daniel, Roger T., Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372, 886- Harmon, Verlin L., 153 Elizaville Ave., Flemingsburg 41041 , 



2311 

Dawson, Danny R., HiHat 41636, 377-6847, 452-2122 
Day, Douglas B., 240 Shreveport Circle, Nicholasville 40356, 

887-1801, 255-7756 
Dayer, Susan J., 184 Marilyn Ave., Versailles 40383, 873- 

3425, 873-4721 
Denham, Howard Kevin, 5 Pocahontas Tr., Winchester 40391 , 

744-8542 
Dickerson, William B., 108 Circle Dr., Blue Grass Acres, Rich- 
mond 40475, 623-8605, 623-271 1 
Dozier, Dennis M., Box 32, Bimble 40915, 546-5917, 541- 

5181 
Dorsey, James O., Box 504, Somerset 42501, 679-2738, 

678-5929 
East, William L., 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

2146, 886-5259 
Edwards, Shawn Ray, 303 N. 3rd, Central City 42330, 754- 

4556 



849-2616, 845-9051 
Hawkins, Stewart D.,Box 122, Chapin 40012, 67 3-3436, 288- 

7734 
Hayes, Bob, Box 362, Greenup 41144,473-7859,473-9812 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr., 2547 Carter Ave., Ashland 41101, 329- 

1584, 739-4166, Ext. 8807 
Heaberlin, William Sr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 

41139, 836-6915, 329-7253 
Hendren, James W., Rt. 1, Mackville 40040, 375-4498 
Hensley, Hode, Box 109, Warfield 41267, 395-6135 
Hilton, Billy, 1 10 Ball Avenue, Sprinfgield 40069, 336-7594, 

336-3403 
Hobbs, C. V. Jr., Box 212, Clearfield 40313, 784-8386 
Holland, Bobby L., Box 35, Symsonia 42082, 851-4427 
Holloway, David Rayburn, 2825 Lexington Road, Louisville 

40206, 897-4323 
Holt, Larrv K., Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 834-3587, 

781-4585 



Elbert, James F., 3009 Mid Dale Ln., Apt. 1, Louisville 40220, Hopper, Tony B., Central City High School, Central City 



452-2195, 222-9441 
Elliott, Billy A., 315 N. Brookhaven, Somerset 42 501, 679- 

2921, 679-6996 
Ellis, Charles Jeffery, Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 

666-9297 
Emmons, Guy W., 5500 Crosswood Court, Louisville 40291 , 

239-9537 
Estes, Walter, Rt. 1, Lane Road, Owensboro 42301, 281-5609, 

729-4052 
Eubanks, William M., 311 W. Kentucky, Franklin 42134, 

586-7469 
Evans, Danny L. O.. 183 Sunset Dr., Frankfort 40601, 695- 

4441, 484-5509 
Felty, Kenneth W., Rt. 4, Box 129, Grayson 41143, 474- 

4641, 474-6691 
Ferrell, Gene L., 2200 Surrey Dr. West, Owensboro 42301, 

684-0912, 764-1041 
Fields, Bobby, 3002 Seminole Dr., Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-5643, 886-4431, Ext. 302 
Flatt, David, Rt. 31, MSU Trailer Park No. 49, Morehead 

40351, 784-9242, 783-2271 
Flaugher, Jeffery L., Rt. 2, Box 283, Grayson 41143, 474- 

4253, 474-6671 
Flynn, Curtis A., 205 Summitt, Somerset 42501, 679-5673, 

679-1374 
Foley, Kenneth R., 104 Faulkner St., Apt. 205, Barbourville 

40906, Bus. 546-5143 
Foust, Dennis Ray, Box 67, Kirwan II, UK, Lexington 

40526, 258-5483 
Foust, Ray Jr., Box 677, Calvert City 42029, 395-4901, 

395-4151, Ext. 324 
Fulkerson, Tom, Rt. 2, Philpot 42366, 281-5778 
Gibson, Paul D., Pocahontas Apts. No. 7, Louisa 41230, 

Bus. 638-9676 
Gilmore, Donald, 304 Pearce Ford, Bowling Green 42101, 

748-2871, 745-2456 
Glisker, Barry, 751-A, Washington Blvd., Madisonville 42431, 

821-8169, 821-5141 
Goins. Stephen B., C-105, Shawneetown, Lexington 40503, 

278-1334, 278-2725 
Goldsberry, Robert G., 19 Pope St., Henderson 42420, 826- 

5636, 826-2949 
Goodlett, Ronald Lee. 833 Ann St., Versailles 40383, 873- 

5754, 873-3126 
Goodnight, Hershel, 424 Breckenridge St., Franklin 42134, 

586-4235, 586-6019 
Graham, Jeffery B., 5449-D Gilkey St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6394, 624-1822 
Gray, Mark A., Box 296, Warsaw 41095, 567-2279 

Gregory, Wayne, General Delivery, Bush 40724, 864-2382 ,,^.. ^ ^.^„„.„ ,^.,., , 

^"Tfo ^2^"^ '^■' ''^"^ '■^^'^^^ Hollow, Louisville 40291, LucaslVe7f,''irt!T,'prn"ckai^dVversaiilV46383,' 87"3'-8603 



42330, 754-5030, 754-2510 
Howard, Gregory, Rt. 1, Frenchburg 40322, 768-3585, 768- 

3685 
Huang, Nathan C, 560 Crestview Lane, Morehead 40351, 

784-7639 
Hudson, Kirk, 507-A, Alumni Tower, MSU, Morehead 4035 1, 

783-4380 
Huffman, Kerry I., Box 312, Bee Spring 42207, 286-4678, 

749-4101 
Hughes,William, 303 West Kentucky Avenue, Franklin 421 34, 

586-6786, 586-4473 
Huitt, Kathy A., Box 391, Calvert 42029, 395-4227 
Hunt, Thomas David, 3545 Rocky Hill Terrace, Lexington 

40503, 273-1146, 987-9120 
Hunter, James, 24 Highland Avenue, Madisonville 42431, 

Bus. 821-7156 
Hurn, Jeff, 1517 East Main, Greenup 41144, 473-6588 
Hurt, Thomas C, Box 272, 122 Hamilton Ave., Lancaster 

40444. 792-3067, 792-3018 
Ishmael, Lloyd, Rt. 3, Box 257, Flemingsburg 41041, 849- 

2816 
Ives, Rick, 1640 Sharon Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

3629, 842-5302 
Johnson, Larry J., 303 Patton Dr., Ashland 41101, 325-OSSO 
Jones, Stephen B., 929 Wishbone Circle, Lexington 40502, 

266-3217 
Keefe, Brian J., Box 744 North Mayo Trail, Louisa 41230, 

638-9535, 638-9676 
Kelley, Jack W. Jr., Box 17 1, Clearfield 40313, 784-8386 
Keltner, Wayne, Rt. 1, Greensburg 42743, 384-3491, 465- 

4101 
Kemplin, Frank, Rt. 7, Harrodsburg 40330, 748-5974, 734- 

71 18 
Kersey, Warren D., 4507 Slone Dr., Jeffersonville, IN 47130, 

283-6948, 637-2914 
Kistner, Gary W., Rt. 2, Box 285, Ashland 41 101, 928-8937, 

625-2821 
Kluepfel, Joseph C 262 West Broadway, Madisonville 42431, 

825-1046 
Krantz, Jeff, Rt. 6, Franklin 42 134, 586-6644, 586-4471 
Kyle, Wesley T., 505 North 16th St., Murray 42071, 753-9075 
Lamar, Huston O., Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045, 

527-4349 

LaPorte, Paul F., Jr., 21 14 Bonnycastle Ave., No. 3, Louisville 

40215, 456-6449, 588-6707 
Leasure, Jack, Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 666-9297, 

666-3802 
Leigh, Steve E., 1202 S. McKinley St., Corbin 40701, 528- 

7344 
Litton, Neil, Drakesboro 42337, 476-8613, 476-8775 



239-1984, 624-6745 
Hacker, David S., 145 McKinney 40448, 346-5263, 625-4366 
Hall, Gary J., 4004 Conroy Ct., Louisville 40218, 491-6394, 

637-2744 
Hall, Greg, 2507 Herman Ave., Covington 41014, 261-7318, 

632-3108 
Hamilton, Paul R., 974 Chickasaw Dr., Madisonville 42431, 

821-5660 
Hamm, Michael R., 7309 B Gardner Hills, Ft. Campbell 

42223, 431-6945, 798-4223 
Hamm, Ritchie, 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green 42101, 781-8070 
Hardin, Don G., Box 88, Morehead 40351, 784-7698, 845- 

9871 
Hargrove, David L., Rt. 1, Melber 42069, 753-7675, 856- 

3469 
Harlow, Mark Stuart, Box 561, Pikeville 41501, 437-6510, 

432-8103 



Lusk, Michael, 201 E. Stephen Foster, Bardstown 40004, 

Bus. 348-9046 . 
McDannold, Troy, 518 Southland Dr., Versailles 40383, 

873-5134 
Mcintosh, Charles, Rt. 3, Box 17, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

5373, 633-1557 
McNeill, Barney, Rt. 1, Bardwell 42023, 628-3860, 628- 

3434 
Maddock, Neil C, Box 103, Hardinsburg 40143, 75 6-2 755, 

756-5504 
Maggard, Sam, Rt. 1, Monticello 42633, 348-9647 
Marlette, Ronald L., 428 Powhatan Trl., Frankfort 40601, 

695-4526. 564-3925 
Marshall, Barry J., 3808 Plantation, Lexington 40503, 278- 

5655, 278-5655 
Matusiak, Marty, 304 Par Lane, Elizabethtown 42701, 737- 

4142, 737-6833 



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Mauzy, Craig, 3842 Leis Lane, Owensboro 42301 , 683-6014 

683-4525 
Mavs, Deron, Rt. 2, Box 180-A, Booneville 41314, 593-5642 
Meacham, Gregory, Rt. 4, Baker Dr., Russellville 42276, 726 

9865. 726-9824 
Meredith, Lanney C, Prosperity Rt., Bee Spring 42207, 443 

4432, 444-6394, Ext. 62 
Meyers, John F., Box 513, Maysville 41056, Bus. 759-7141 
Mills, Lawrence G., Rt. 1, Box 152, Barbourville 40906 

546-8747, 546-9972 
Mitchell, Curtis N., 413 W. Arch St., Madisonville 42431 

821-9590 
Mitchell, Glen, 2017 Lydia St., Ashland 41101, 324-3471 

739-4113 
Mooneyhan, James H., Box 220, Franklin 42134, 586-4987 

586-7425 
Moore, Ronald G., Box 263, BoonevUle 41314, 593-6183 
Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree No. 1 Lane, Louisville 40218 

459-1549 
Morrison, Gil, 512 Holiday Park Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 

885-6289, 886-1244 
Mosby, John W., 500 Poplar St., Versailles 40383, 873-3496 

873-3181, Ext. 322 
Moss, Walter, 740'/2 E. 12th St., Bowling Green 42101, 781 

1050 
Mullins, Terry D., A/c A.R.H., McDowell 41647, 377-6064 

377-2411, Ext. 15 
Murphy, Tom, Box 171, Wayland 41666, 358-4063, 358-405! 
Myers, Frederick E., 330 Barton Circle, Paducah 42001, 898 

6931, 442-5401 
Nahm, Cliff, 1320 S. Lee, Bowling Green 42101, 782-2412 
Nantz, Joseph T., Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 666-9297 
Nelson, Eric W., Rt. 1, Box 200, Nebo 42441, 249-3608, 825 

2750 
Omohundro, Daniel, 121 Potomac Dr., Yorktown MHP 

Winchester 40391, 744-5088, 269-5611 
Page, Chester A., Jr., 5501 Ray Mary Dr., Valley Station 

40272, 937-2963, 367-5791 
Parker, Larry, Box 102, Russell 41169, 836-1094 
Payne, Robert L., Main Street, Russell Springs 42642, 866 

5152, 866-5929 
Pelphrey, Jack, Northgate Subd., Paintsville 41240, 789-1857 

789-3055 
Pelphrey, Joe D., Box 252, Prestonsburg 41668, 886-6265 

886-2475 
Penix, Roy M., Box 374, Inez 41224, 298-4074 
Perry, Eddie, Rt. 2, Central City 42330, 754-1548, 821-1365 
Phipps, Vencil. Box 51, Barbourville 40906, 546-4069, 528 

1630 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701, 523-0272, 

528-1630 
Pinson, David Lee, Rt. 6, Box 566, Pikeville 41501, 631 

1920, 631-1097 
Ponchot, Joseph C, 3387 Appletree Lane, Erlanger 41018 

342-6932, 342-6400 
Puckett, Robert O., 130 Parkside Circle, Vine Grove 40175 

877-5362, 624-8432 
Rahn, Gordon, 61 Riviera Ct., Murray 42071, 759-4172 
Reif, Harry F., Rt. 1, Box 242, Campbellsville 42718, 465 

7343,465-8389 
Reynolds, Carl Dennis, Box 72, C. C. Station, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-1439 
Rouse, Thomas Leonard, 520 Erlanger Road, Erlanger 41018 

727-3943 
Runyon, Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-9206, 353 

7239 
Russell, Allen R., 124 Berea Blvd., Raceland 41169, 836 

5956, 739-4166, Ext. 8857 
Roof, David, 321 Vermont, Paducah 42001, 554- 5165, 442 

5401 
Sanders, Alan, 450 College Ave., Apt. C, Paducah 42001 

554-0301, 444-6321 
Sharp, Ronnie, Box 68, Pineville 40977, 337-6433, 337-242 
Shelton, James S., 812 S. 2nd St., Mayfield 42066, 247-9963 

247-2992 
Shipp. Kevin K., 139 Dan Dr., Versailles 40383, 873-8275 

873-3126 
Simon, Gary L., 25 Holly Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075 
Simpson, Earsie L., 9029-F Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 

624-4081, 624-2252 
Slone, Douglas, Rt. 1, Box 347, Ashland 41101, 928-5726 

329-7313 
Smart, John S., Rt. 3, Hardinsburg 40143, 756-5437 
Smith, Benny L., Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester 40962, 598-5982 

598-5210 
Smith, Ezell G., Box 28, Harland 40831, 573-2907 
Smith, Joe W., Knob Lick 42154, 565-2442 
Smith, Richard M., Rt. 1, Box 49, Blackev 41804, 633-7344 

633-2524 
Snell, Johnny, Box 624, Auburn 52206, 542-6631, 726-9159 
Soper, Clyde B., Box 111, Millersburg 40348, 484-3487 
Sorrell, Chalres W., 6606 Morning Star Way, Louisville 40272 

935-9321, 448-8577 
Spalding, J. Randall, 108 Ball St., Springfield 40069, 336 



9297, 348-9211 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160, 

351-9482 
Springate, Bobby K., U.S. 127 South, Harrodsburg 40330 
Stephens, Charles M., Box 125, Brooksville 41004, 735-2455 
Stephenson, Rick, 606 N. Main Street, Williamstown 41097, 

824-4315, 342-6400, Ext. 226 
Stivers, Franklin A., Rt. 9, Box 226, London 40741,864-6555, 

864-2203 
Stone, Kenneth W., 17 Holliday Court, Henderson 42420, 

826-9336 
Strader, Micky, Rt. 2, Box 45, Greenville 42345, 338-4233, 

338-1408 
Stratton, Robert J., U. S. 60 East, Shelbyville 40065, 747- 

8444, 633-1612 
Styer, Charles, Rt. 2, Box 23, California 41007, 635-5161 
Swafford, Bill C, 105 Holt Ave., BarbourvUle 40906, 546- 

5918, 546-3129 
Swafford, Billy D., Box 331, Barbourville 40906, 546-6041 
Swindall, Kimbrell S., 540 Navaho Dr., Apt. 6, Radcliff 

40160, 351-5973, 624-4613 
Swope, Wilbur G., Box 397, LaCenter 42056, 665-5086, 554- 

3634 
Tate, Mike, Rt. 2, Box 547B, Irvine 40336, 723-3497, 625- 

4160 
Taylor, Gary M., P. O. Box 13, Mt. Sterling 40305, 498-4511, 

674-6325 
Taylor, Jerry D., Rt. 1, Box 872-B, Pineville 40977, 337- 

9505, 337-5204 
Taylor, Lucian, Lot 203, Jeffery Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

6315, 624-2345 
Thomas, Jeffrey B., 706 Gartrell Court, Ashland 41101, 

324-9603 
Thomas, Michael A., Ill Patterson Ct., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-7577, 465-2877 
Thoroughman, Michael, Box 83, Garrison 41141, 757-3082, 

757-2122 
Travis, Vic, 2312 Harrodsburg Rd., Lexington 40504, 276- 

2268, 233-3055 
Tinker, Paul Freeman, 511 West Lee St., Mayfield 42066, 

247-6457, 247-1430 
Tipton, Jim, 148 Elm St., Versailles 40383, 873-4279 
Toone, Steven G., 5573-A Hiers St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

2065, 624-6329 
Turner, Keenan V., Box 720, Somerset 42501, 423-3624, 

679-6361 
Tucker, Jerome L., 1339 Texas Ave., Louisville 40217, 635- 

7965, 896-1757 
Vance, G. Scott, 3232 13th St., Ashland 41101, 325-9461, 

324-6191 
VanHoose, Charles K., 2310 Sycamore St., Catlettsburg 

41129, 739-4574 
VanHoose, Jimmy Dean, 154y2 Euclid Ave., Paintsville 41240, 

789-3692, 623-4113 
Vicini, Peter Frank, 1814 Versailles Rd., Lexington 40504 

233-4549 
Walker, Danny, 1026 River Oaks Blvd., Paducah 42001, 443- 

9935, 442-2738 
Walker, Larry M., 511 E. Columbia Ave., Greensburg 42743, 

932-5710 
Walters, Charles E., Box 54, Bulan 41722, 436-5386, 436- 

5306 
Warner, Robert R. II, W. Main St., Owingsville 40360, 674- 

6654 
Wells, Dwayne, Rt. 4, Jackscreek Road, Richmond 40475, 

257-4019, 623-1526 
Welsh, Greg, Rt. 1, Summer Shade 42166, 428-4187, 428- 

3125 
White, Jim, 208 Paige, Tompkinsville 42167, 781-8647, 487- 

5384 
WUliams, Donald L., Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3846, 

845-2888 
Wills, H. Park, Rt. 4, Box 43, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3301, 

633-3466 
Wilson, Dale, Rt. 1, Hoc 8, Dunnville 42528, 787-8668, 346- 

3639 
Wilson, Michael C, Box 745, Flatwoods 41139, 836-5277 
Winter, Andrew J., 303 Clay, Transylvania University, Lex- 
ington 40508, 233-8792, 233-8153 
Wood, Gwin L., Rt. 3, Box 343, Fulton 42041, 472-1103, 

472-1741 

Wood, Paul D., Rt. 8, Box 561, Paducah 42001, 443-4654, 

442-6131, Ext. 45 
Woodward, J. W., 2508 Gallahadion Ct., Owensboro 42301, 

683-7705, 684-8811 
Wright, Bruce D., 2000 Confederate PI., Apt. 1 102, Louisville 

40208, 636-2135, 624-5116 

Wright, John David, 1758 Raleigh Rd., Lexington 40505, 

293-1903, 254-0505 
Yancey, Henry L., 9048-East Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6260, 624-3341 
Young, Jackie Allen, Rt. 3, Versailles 40383, 873-8187 



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